The Kardashian & Jenner’s prayers have been answered! Lamar Odom woke from his coma on Oct. 16 and they couldn’t be more thrilled. Kylie Jenner showed support for her brother-in-law with a sweet photo and message! See it here!
Kylie Jenner, 18, as well as the rest of her family, were worried sick about Lamar Odom, 35, when he was found unconscious in a brothel on Oct. 13. The reality star has been doing her best to stay strong for Khloe Kardashian, 31, and on Oct. 16, Kylie sent a message pleading her Twitter followers to pray for her brother-in-law along with a sweet picture of herself and Lamar.
“Start your morning with a prayer,” Kylie tweeted. The 18-year-old has been pulling for Lamar to come out of his coma and now he has! The social media queen wasn’t the only family member to ask their followers for prayers. However, her timely tweet was put up just as news broke that Lamar was awake and speaking. She also included an adorable throwback picture of herself and Lamar standing back to back, with the 6’10” former NBA star towering over her at an ice skating rink.
The reality star paid a visit to Lamar’s bedside on Oct. 15, joining sisters Khloe Kardashian, 31, Kim Kardashian, 34, Kourtney Kardashian, 36 and mom Kris Jenner, 59 and they prayed for a miracle. Khloe has been keeping a vigil at his hospital bedside since her estranged husband was hospitalized, and was rewarded with his first words, “hey baby!” We couldn’t be more thrilled for the family, even though Lamar is far from out of the woods following a reported drug overdose.
Kylie posted another photo of herself and Lamar to her Instagram account Oct. 15 with the caption, “Let’s dance again together soon. Prayers up for Lamar please.” The reality star followed it up with a sweet throwback video of she and Lamar dancing to “Stanky Leg.” Kylie grew up with Lamar, being just a pre-teen when big sister Khloe tied the knot with the former L.A. Lakers star in 2009, so it’s not surprising she and Lamar were close.
HollywoodLifers, are you glad to see the family rally behind Lamar?
— Beth Shilliday