Lamar, who married into the Kardashian family last year, is hopeful Scott will change his violent ways. (He smashed a mirror on Sunday’s episode of Khloe and Kourtney Take Miami, which led Kourtney to pack up now seven-month-old son Mason and take shelter at a pal’s house.)
“Scott’s family,” the 6’10” NBA star says during Casio’s Shock The World 2010 event held Monday in NYC. “With your family, you always remain patient.”
For Lamar, maintaining a relationship with Scott is key. He describes their relationship as “brotherly.”
“Everybody’s cool,” he tells me. “We’re all family.”
Adrienne, who dated Robert Kardashian, didn’t tune into the episode in question.
“Anytime I’m around him, he’s a normal, cool guy,” she says of Scott. “I don’t know how they worked it out, but I know that they’re doing fine. I hung out with them the other day.”
When I tell her about the mirror-smashing incident, she shudders.
“Ohh,” she sighs. “That’s not good.”
What would Adrienne tell a woman with a baby in that situation?
“They definitely should get out of the violent situation. No home should be in a violent situation. People should learn how to control their anger.”
When asked whether Kourtney, 31, is behaving responsibly, Adrienne calls her an “amazing mother.”
Still, she’s noncommittal when asked whether the couple will marry.
“I think if it’s something they want to do, then maybe, but I think right now, they’re happy, and Mason is the most beautiful baby ever,” Adrienne says. “He’s the happiest baby. I think that’s what they’re focused on right now – making sure that their child has a good childhood.”