Kim Kardashian Brutally Dragged Lamar Odom In This Savage Tweet For Talking Shit On Khloe

Kim Kardashian on Jimmy Kimmel and a tweet about Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian
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By now, “family drama” is just part of the Kardashian brand. I mean, that’s how they got their own TV show, right? And hey, you can say what you want about the Kardashians, but we all love a little drama.

Last night, Kim basically broke Twitter by taking a brutal jab at ex-brother-in-law Lamar Odom, who honestly kind of deserved it after he made this shitty comment about his ex-wife Khloe.

Sorry, Lamar, we know you’re probably pretty salty, but slut-shaming your ex for moving on with her life isn’t cute. Especially when you can take a pretty big chunk of the blame for the relationship ending. Remember that part, Lamar?

Though the Kardashians may fight a lot with each other, they sure as hell aren’t about to let someone talk about one of their sisters that way. Kim clapped back with this simple (but effective) tweet:

DAAAAMMMMNNNN, that’s cold. In case you forgot, Lamar Odom was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel when he and Kourtney were technically still married, though working on getting divorced. I gotta admit, Kim is serving some serious truth here.

Let’s just say a lot of people were feeling the burn.

Seriously, though, shouldn’t Lamar be a little more appreciative for the Kardashians? Sure, he and Khloe didn’t work out, but they were there for him a lot of the time.

Sit down, Lamar, you deserve to be dragged for that one. You don’t have any room to talk shit on anyone. TC mark

Callie Byrnes

Callie is a professional Thought Catalog blogger by day and an amateur Tumblr blogger by night.

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