Khloe Kardashian is reportedly keen to press on with her divorce from Lamar Odom, but is worried about how it will affect him.
The ‘Kocktails With Khloe’ host separated from the basketball player in 2013 and called off proceedings to legally dissolve their union following his near-fatal collapse last October, but is now keen to press on with the legal work.
However, according to TMZ, now Lamar is drinking again, Khloe is concerned at how finally ending their marriage would affect him and she is experiencing a ‘tremendous amount of guilt’.
Despite his past problems, the 36-year-old sportsman is said to be adamant he doesn’t need rehab, and visiting bars is just him trying to live a normal life, but his estranged wife and her family are certain that isn’t the case, having experienced the same situation with him multiple times in the past.
It was revealed last week that the 31-year-old star opted out of filming an episode of ‘Kocktails with Khloe’ last week because she is an ’emotional wreck’ after Lamar was spotted drinking in a Los Angeles bar last month.
Lamar was spotted downing drinks with two friends at the Johnny O’Brien pub in Sherman Oaks, California, just months after his near-fatal overdose at a brothel in Nevada.
The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star has hinted about her fears for Lamar, writing on social media: ‘I hate this feeling…. Helpless.’
And it seems Khloe isn’t the only one concerned for his health as his friends are worried his recent boozy night on the town could be the start of something more sinister.
A source said: ‘We all are really, really sad he’s decided to do this.’
It’s believed Lamar downed three Rémy Martin the same champagne cognac he was drinking the night he collapsed last year – before leaving the venue at around 1am.
Who wins Ghana Music Awards ‘Unsung Category’
This year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Unsung Category promises to be the most exciting edition yet, as Closeup toothpaste, the iconic youth brand, partners Charterhouse to provide a more rewarding and exciting experience for underground acts seeking to break into mainstream music.
This great news was first revealed at the nominees’ announcement party, where the six finalists of the unsung category were unveiled. According to the Unilever Closeup Brand Team, “for years, Closeup has been giving people the confidence to get closer.
This year, the brand is giving young and upcoming artistes the chance to break barriers that hold them back and get closer to their dreams of making it big in showbiz. The Unsung category of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is a natural platform for us to achieve this. So with this partnership, Closeup is essentially giving young people a chance to break the barrier into main stream music.
According to Charterhouse, this partnership is greatly desired as it will enable a richer experience for participants. The Unsung acts will have the unique opportunity to put up their best acts before a 10,000+ audience at the Nominees Jam, to win public votes. This will show live on TV3, Ghana Music Awards facebook page, and the Closeup facebook page.
The winner will have a performance slot at music’s biggest night, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards night, showing live on TV3 in Ghana, across Africa on DSTV, and across the world on social media live. For the first time ever in the history of the award, the Unsung category will receive a special Awards Plaque sponsored by Closeup, and a performance slot on Closeup music activation platforms.
It is no surprise that the Unsung Category of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is catching the eye of corporate Ghana. The success stories of past winners is a testimonial to the program’s relevance, and its ability to help underground acts break the barrier into main stream music.
MzVee won the 1st edition with an exceptional performance; Dark Suburb won the 2nd edition by selling their uniqueness; Adomaa won the 3rd edition fighting equally talented artistes; and Kuami Eugene won the 4th edition with dexterity. Clearly these names have broken the barrier into main stream music, and soon, a new act will join the Unsung hall of fame.
So who amongst the six talented and ambitious nominees will win the number 1 spot? Will it be Kelvin Boy with his dancehall stamp? Dope Nation with their urban rap swag? Dhat Gyal with her Afro Pop appeal? Royal Chris with his anointed gospel tunes? Real MC with his locally blended hip-hop swag? Or O’Bkay with his contemporary rap feel? These nominees are literally one step away from breaking the barrier into main stream, and come Friday the 23rd of March at the Jubliee Park in Cape Coast, each artiste will have the unique opportunity to demonstrate to Ghanaians why he/she deserves a spot on Ghana’s most coveted music platform. Till then, the one question worthy of asking, is who will be number 1?
As always, the public has a say in pushing the right talent through. The public is thus encouraged to have their say by voting for the best Unsung Act by visiting their social media pages, Charterhouse media pages, and Ghana Music Awards social media pages for instructions. The public is also notified about live event shows on Closeup, Charterhouse, and Ghana Music Awards social media pages.
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