Lamar Odom is facing some pretty nasty reports about a social media video he shared.
On Instagram, the former NBA baller posted what was intended to be a funny video.
Many spectators were simply puzzled, though, with some even accusing him of being under the influence.
On social media, Lamar Odom posted a comedy skit on
Odom shared a video on social media over the weekend of Jan. 1, showing him shirtless while wearing a long wig and pouring wine.
His friend says in the video, “Black Jesus says, ‘Follow Lamar Odom on Snapchat, YouTube and Twitch, and he will turn water into wine,'”
The video, which got over 70,000 views, had some of its followers in the comments section laughing along.
Others, however, were more worried and suggested that Odom, who had previously used narcotics, had relapsed.
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The response of Lamar Odom to the rumors of recidivism.
Odom spoke out on Instagram amid the speculation to deny the rumors. He captioned a video stating that “Lighten up DAMN ~ I can’t have fun without being accused of being high or crazy…,” is his alter-ego. “Black Jesus” “If you know me, you know I play all day, life is too short to stay so serious, Covid taught us that.”
“Black Jesus is here to stay. No blasphemy, just fun!” he also explained.
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Some of his fans and supporters posted messages of support in the comments section. You have no need to explain yourself.
Enjoy your life and live it the way you like. One person wrote, while another added, “Glad to see you having fun and looking healthy.” (like everybody else!!).
Lamar Odom was vulnerable to his addictions,
Odom has talked frankly about his past use of drugs, including cocaine and ecstasy. He told ABC News that some time after entering the NBA in the late 90s, he started using drugs.
He “turned the drug use to another level,” he told Us Weekly, after Khloé Kardashian filed for divorce in 2013.
Eventually, this resulted in an overdose in 2015 that almost killed him.
“The long-term effects of his drug use have taken a toll on his body and the binge this time was too much to handle,” a source told E! At the time news.
Odom entered rehab after his hospitalization. For inspiring him to go there and take better care of himself, he thanked his daughter, Destiny.
“Living sober, meaning without drugs, is a great feeling,” he told Us Weekly. It is vital to be in the moment – how you respond, react, build. If I did coke last night, you would have gotten a d*ckhead here trying to get out quickly.
But now you’re going to get Lamar.’
How to get help: Call the Department of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services helpline at 1-800-662-4357 in the United States.