'Kardashians' Roundup: Khloe-Lamar Showdown, Rob's Non-Reality Business Venture
'Kardashians' Roundup: Khloe-Lamar Showdown, Rob's Non-Reality Business Venture
DeanBextor
DeanBextor
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Several months have passed since the public found out about Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's marriage crisis but it seems that the controversy is far from over. According to TMZ, a huge showdown occurred between the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and her basketball player husband that might just be "the last straw in their marriage."

Lamar, who reportedly went to their house in Tarzana on Tuesday to speak with Khloe, had allegedly been sober for three days and wanted to say sober on his own, sources revealed to TMZ. However, Khloe was furious as she allegedly pointed out that he was in denial. She also said that he's basically out of her life unless he went to rehab. 

The source went on to reveal that Khloe discovered a pipe with a stash, prompting Khloe to call Lamar a "liar" and "I'm done with you."

Meanwhile, Lamar Odom has been reportedly complaining to his friends about Khloe. According to Radar Online,  Lamar is annoyed that she's acting like his mother. 

In other  news, Rob Kardashian is trying to distance himself from the Kardashian name by making a name for himself through his non-reality business venture. In an interview with Wall Street Journal, he talked about his luxury sock line and how he doesn't care about the reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians.




"Arthur is my middle name, George is my dad's middle name," Rob said of his decision not to use his family name for his business. "I just kind of wanted to do something where you don't just see 'Kardashian' everywhere. I mean, it's my thing. I don't want anybody associating it with anybody else in my family. I feel like it has more longevity, in that sense."

"I'm very big on doing my own thing," he added. "My job is -- I make socks. That's all I do. I don't necessarily care about the show. I would rather film this -- me doing what I do -- than being around my family."

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