Lamar Odom is expressing his displeasure with his fans after they chastised him for expressing his true feelings for his ex-wife Khloe Kardashian, saying he misses her.
The NBA star took to his official Facebook account to share a now-deleted post in which he called out critics for criticizing him for expressing his true feelings the previous time.
“Didn’t know we not allowed to miss someone regardless if mistakes were made.”
Then said that he’s human too, and if he lets people down, he would:
“pay for it forever and that’s okay too.”
The latest news comes just hours after he posted a photo of himself with the Good American co-founder in a throwback photo.
He captioned the post along with a broken-hearted emoji:
“Missing my best friend #memoriesforlife.”
Last year, during Tristan Thompson’s cheating scandal, Lamar Odom commented on one of Kardashian’s photos, writing “Hottie” and using fire emojis.
Following that, a source revealed that the NBA star wanted to rekindle their previous relationship. The insider clarified that he didn’t want to offend Thompson but wanted to give it a shot with the reality TV star.
“@lamarodom, God brought you back the first time. Play if you want, different results,” the other basketball player wrote in response to the athlete’s comment.
Unfortunately, according to a source, Kardashian has moved on from Odom and has no desire to rekindle her relationship with the NBA player.
The former couple started dating in 2009 and married a few weeks later, which sparked controversy in her family, particularly with Caitlyn Jenner.
Throughout the early seasons of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” their relationship was the center of attention, and they even had their spin-off series called “Khloe & Lamar.”
Their romance didn’t last because the Hulu series star discovered that the NBA player cheated on her while battling drug addiction.
Kardashian filed for divorce in 2013 after the athlete went missing for 72 hours. However, the proceedings in their case were halted while she assisted her ex in recovering from a drug overdose in Nevada.
Later, another divorce case was filed and was eventually settled in 2016.