Lamar’s ex Liza Moralis isn’t letting his troubled past get in the way of his future with his family. She’s helping the former NBA player rebuild his relationship with his two children, Destiny and Lamar Jr., because she doesn’t want them to grow up without a father, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Lamar Odom may have let down a lot of loved ones this year, but if there’s one person who’s forgiven him, it’s Liza Morales. Lamar’s ex is letting him off the hook for neglecting his two children, Destiny, 15, and Lamar Jr., 11, while he was married to Khloe Kardashian. Now Liza “wants him to be a father, and a good one,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Lamar Odom’s Ex — Liza Morales Forgives Him For Neglecting Destiny & Lamar Jr.
Now that Khloe, 29, is out of the picture, Liza is making sure Lamar, 34, spends as much time as possible with his children, a source close to the situation tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“She wants nothing more than for Lamar to be a father to his children,” the source reveals. “She knows, just like everybody else, the strain he was under when he was married to Khloe and how he put his family, including their children, on the back burner.”
“Even through all that, Liza forgives him and wants him to reunite with his children,” the source adds. “She wants to watch he and Lamar Jr. shoot hoops, and for Lamar to watch Destiny grow up and teach her about boys. She wants him to be a father, and a good one.”
We hope Lamar is ready to be the dad his kids deserve!
Lamar Odom Sides With Daughter After She Puts Khloe Kardashian On Blast
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Lamar is finally standing up for his family, especially his daughter, Destiny, after she slammed Khloe on Ask.fm.
“Destiny has a right to say whatever she wants to say,” a source close to Lamar tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. And even if she’s saying those things on Ask.fm for the entire world to see, the source says Lamar “supports her.”
We’re so glad! So HollywoodLifers, do you think Lamar has what it takes to be a good father? Let us know.