The last few years for Lamar Odom have been filled with very few highs and a myriad of extreme lows — but now the former NBA-er is making moves to get his life back on track.
Odom announced on Instagram the he’s moving to China! The former 6th man has just signed a major deal with NinetyPlus Group, a company that aims “to create new intellectual property, new content, and new branding.” Lamar says the new contract with the Asian company will allow him to “write new episodes” of his life in another country.
This sounds promising for the former Los Angeles Laker who hit rock bottom in 2016 when he was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel. Following that, fell into a coma for three days and eventually entered rehab for substance abuse. Those events lead to his divorce from Khloe Kardashian, which then left the baller with a severed relationship from the reality family and the unfortunate victim of their media muscle.
Hopefully, this new deal is exactly what Lamar needs in his life.,
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