The soap opera actor confirmed his relationship status to on E!News' Daily Pop saying: "This thing, it's crazy to me, I just woke up, like last week and everybody's like, 'Phaedra, Phaedra, Phaedra,'" he said.On her Twitter account, Kardashian reposted Mike Sington’s post about Odom’s interview on BET’s “Mancave.” The mom of three threw shade at him and wrote, “Or second or third brothel,” in reference to Odom’s recent comments.During his interview, Odom was asked when he realized that his marriage to Khloe was over. When she was with her second or third NBA ball player, I could see that.”But Odom revealed that he still has Khloe’s initials tattooed on him, but he said that he has no idea why he has not had it removed.
Odom was arrested for a DUI and speculations concerning his battle with substance abuse begin to circulate, leading Kardashian to file for divorce on December 2013.
However, the divorce wasn't officially finalized until December 2016, due to both Odom's refusal to sign the papers as well as fighting for his life after an overdose resulting in a near-death stroke.
Kardashian visited him frequently in the hospital throughout his recovery. I still at times can't believe that our love created life! I am so thankful, excited, nervous, eager, overjoyed and scared all in one!
Well, Lamar Odom finally spoke out about Khloé Kardashian's pregnancy, and it's surprisingly very supportive. Despite the couple calling it quits, Odom still keeps his ex-wife close, having her initials still tattooed on his body. Kardashian met Thompson in 2016 after splitting with Harden, and rumors started flying whether the duo were officially dating.
“I still got my shawty’s name still on me, her initials still on me,” Odom said. While there was some shade in Odom's NBA player comment, it's nice to see that the pair can still remain friends and wish each other well after all they've been through. They married only a month after meeting and went on to have their own franchise, where the two also shared their struggles with trying to have a baby of their own.