Now, Hof is speaking out about Lamar’s condition and more details surrounding his hospitalization via ET:
“Lamar arrived Saturday, we picked him up at his place in Vegas. He was in a great mood and ready to have a good time. He just wanted a little peace and quiet to get away from the pressures of his life and come hang out with us and drink a little cognac and have a good time,” Hof told the outlet.
Things took a turn the next day when someone called Lamar at the Love Ranch and changed his mood.
“He did get a phone call on Sunday that upset him a little bit, but we don’t know what that was about. After that he regrouped and continued to have a good time,” Hof said.
While Dennis said he didn’t see Lamar do any drugs, he admitted to hearing that he took about eight or ten pills of herbal Viagra, which “sounds like a lot to me.”
The news has hit a lot of people hard. Ex-wife Khloe Kardashian and her family rushed to Lamar’s side, but they aren’t the only ones there. His ex-Lakers teammate Kobe Bryant is in Vegas with Lamar as well, leaving his pre-season games to be by Odom’s side and pray with the Kardashians.
A rep for Odom warned the public not to listen to false reports about his current condition.
“Family and friends are extremely concerned for Lamar,” Odom’s longtime publicist and friend, Eve Sarkisyan, tells Us in a statement. “Please don’t listen to the false information being circulated unofficially. Please respect the family’s privacy during this difficult time.”
We’ll continue praying for Lamar.
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