Kris Jenner Tells Daughter Khloe Kardashian: ‘Break Up With Lamar Odom…For Ratings’
Kris Jenner is trying to break up her daughter Khloe Kardashian’s marriage to Lamar Odom in an effort to boost ratings.
According to HollywoodLife the Kardashian matriarch has told her daughter that conflict equals ratings for their reality TV show Khloe & Lamar so is encouraging them to argue.
A close friend revealed: “Kris is constantly telling Khloe that marital conflicts equals ratings! Kris has convinced Khloe that if it weren’t for Lamar, she would not have her own reality show and that if she wants another season she needs to embellish the conflicts in the marriage because that’s what viewers want.”
But the 56 year-old seems unaware of the damage she is actually doing to her daughter’s marriage as her NBA star husband’s career begins to suffer due to his role in the reality TV drama.
”Kris is blind to the fact that Khloe and Lamar’s relationship is suffering because of reality TV,” the source revealed, “Lamar is a pretty laid back person but he has had enough. He feels like a puppet and he has already told Khloe that he is not going to create drama on the show for ratings, in fact, he wants out completely.”
In an effort to regain his form on the basketball court for team the Dallas Mavericks the 32 year-old has reportedly told his wife that his is done with the “Kardashian reality world”.
“He wants to concentrate solely on his basketball career and he can’t do that if he isn’t in the right frame of mind,” the insider explained, “He never ever thought his life would become so consumed by the Kardashian franchise.”
It isn’t the only trouble Kris Jenner seems to be having with her daughter’s lovers. Scott Disick, the long-term boyfriend of eldest daughter Kourtney Kardashian has been secretly meeting up with Kris Humphries who is locked in a bitter divorce battle with her other daughter Kim!
What a family!
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