Tupac Shakur once said "Keep Your Head Up" when he repped for the women, rapping, "I think it's time to kill for our women. Time to heal our women, be real to our women."
As I listened to that song on an old school mix on Pandora, I couldn't help but think of Khloe Kardashian. I empathize with the girl. The recent series of events surrounding her life are enough to put the biggest, toughest man on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
First her husband was traded from his championship team, only for the trade to get revoked, sending him back to the team that didn't want him. After returning to training camp, the Lakers finally traded the reigning 6th man of the year to Dallas, but not before the media blamed his wife's reality show for the team not winning it all.
Khloe didn't blink an eye; she packed up her things and left her family to move to Dallas in order to support her husband.
As she was getting settled in her new home, two of her deceased father's ex-wives told a gossip magazine that Robert Kardashian knew Khloe wasn't his child. This sparked numerous allegations as to who was Khloe's real father and further exposed that her mother Kris had a very wild past.
After some investigation, the gossip blogs learned that Khloe bares a striking resemblance to her mother's hairdresser of 30 years, Alex Roldan.
Now, as the preview of her show Khloe and Lamar hits the 'net, Khlo's basketball hubby admits he's frustrated that her sister is having her second child, while they have still yet to have their first.
Can you imagine life with a frustrated lover, a frisky mother, and the whole world questioning if your dead father is really your father?
That alone makes me want to break down in tears. I can't imagine how Khloe is doing it, but she is an inspiration for all who are going through any amount of adversity in their life. The world loves Khloe.
~ Blog Xilla