Khloe Kardashian says there is ''no bad blood'' between her and Lamar Odom even though he cheated on her throughout their marriage.
Khloe Kardashian says there is ''no bad blood'' between her and Lamar Odom.
Although Lamar cheated on Khloe extensively during their four-year marriage, Khloe put their divorce on hold and nursed him back to health following his overdose at a Nevada brothel in 2015.
And she has insisted that despite their split, she still believes he is an ''incredible person''.
Speaking on the podcast 'Divore Sucks with Laura Wasser', Khloe said: ''We speak every now and then. There's no issues. There's no bad blood. There's no anything.
''It just didn't work out and I think he's an incredible person and I just want the best for him. But there's no negative anything.''
Khloe, 34, also opened up about why she paused the divorce while Lamar, 39, was recovering.
She said: ''He OD'ed during the divorce and I was his next of kin, even though it was still, the divorce was still -- it was on the judge's desk. It was like two years, or like a year or two of us trying to get the divorce going and then this happened.
''And then we paused the divorce, not for any romantic reasons but I wanted to be able to help take care of him and make sure that he would be okay again.''
Speaking about when Lamar emerged from his coma, Khloe said: ''I remember he woke up and the first thing he said was, 'Hey babe'. I was like, 'Oh God. What year does he think this is?' I remember I was like, 'Oh no. What did I do?!' Because I was like, 'Does he know?' And then he went right back to sleep because he was in a coma, woke up, saw me and I might've put him back into a coma I don't know, he probably was terrified.''
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