Kobe Bryant is shutting Master P up after the legendary rapper blamed the NBA star for Lamar Odom’s tragic condition. In a surprising Twitter message, Kobe seems to be telling Master P to stop questioning his ‘support,’ and instead, look at the ‘culture’ that has led him to such ‘insensitive suspicion.’
While Lamar Odom, 35, is fighting for his life in a coma, Master P is playing the blame game. But Kobe Bryant, 37, isn’t about to let the legendary rapper paint him as a target. After Master P, 48, claimed Kobe isn’t Lamar’s true friend, and even said the NBA star could’ve been the one to save Khloe Kardashian’s ex, Kobe shot back with his own words on Twitter.
“When WE feel the need to question the support of others in moments as critical as a life hanging in the balance, then we must question the kind of culture we have created that has led US to such insensitive suspicion,” Kobe’s message, which seems to be a quote he pulled from the internet, read on Twitter Oct. 15. He followed it up with his own simple words: “#justpray.”
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) October 15, 2015
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Rather than pointing fingers at each other, everyone should just be praying for Lamar. That’s what he needs right now — not his closest friends fighting with each other.
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Master P recently told photographers that even though Kobe visited Lamar in the hospital, he thinks the NBA player had ulterior motives. Plus, he thinks Kobe could have saved Lamar by getting him back on the Lakers after he was traded. (CLICK TO WATCH VIDEO OF MASTER P’S RANT).
And as we already told you, being traded from the Lakers was one of the greatest heartbreaks in Lamar’s life. Unfortunately, things just keep getting worse for Lamar. His major organs are failing and doctors have given a 50/50 shot at recovery after being found unconscious at a Nevada brothel on Oct. 13.
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— Chris Rogers