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Lamar Odom Says He Dumped Khloe Kardashian for Making Him a Worse Man, Not a Better One

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lamar-odom-khloeBy Dr. Sinclair Grey III

Drama, drama, and more drama. That’s all to be said about the relationship between basketball star Lamar Odom and television personality, fashion designer Khloe Kardashian.

From having their own reality television show to reports of Odom missing for days, the couple has created a perfect script for their audience – drama.

According to TMZ, Odom is claiming that he is one who has ended their marriage after four years. Odom went on to say that Kardashian ‘brings out the bad side of me.’

Whenever you’re in the spotlight, you can sure that temptation will follow you. Being seen on television and talked about on social sites, no one is exempt from what I like to call ‘tempted to mess up,’ So called friends who are not really your friends will try to bring you down and disrupt your career and family. That’s what happened to Odom. As stated by Odom, his reason for infidelity in the marriage was due to friends ‘supporting me the wrong way by bringing girls around.’ No matter how you want to dissect this story, what needs to be understood is that both sides have their own story.

Kardashian, 29, filed for divorce on Friday siting irreconcilable differences. She contends that Odom’s infidelity and drug use led to their breakup.

Odom, 34, is recommitting himself to basketball.

When all is said and done, it’s apparent that Odom and Kardashian need to work on their careers and stay away from negative people. The best thing they can work on is being friends and ironing out their differences so they can have peace with one another and peace within themselves.

Source: Daily News, TMZ, Hollywoodlife.com, and Bleacher Report

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Dr. Sinclair Grey III is an inspirational speaker, motivator, author, organizer and liberator of persons from all intellectual, social and cultural walks of life. He is a committed advocate for communal change. Email: drgrey@sinclairgrey.org. Follow on Twitter @drsinclairgrey