Bye Tristan! Rob Kardashian Wants Lamar Odom Back As His Brother-In-Law

Social media has gone in on Tristan Thompson since word got out that he cheated on his baby momma Khloé Kardashian. Since the news broke, several of her family members have spoken out against him, notably her sister Kim and mother Kris Jenner.

There looks to be someone else who isn’t Team Tristan either and that happens to be Khloé’s baby brother Rob Kardashian. Insiders have revealed to OK! exclusively that Rob wants her to ditch Tristan and get back together with her ex and his former brother-in-law Lamar Odom

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The former couple got married on September 27th, 2009 and were divorced seven years later. They dealt with multiple problems throughout their marriage, including his drug abuse and his cheating on Khloé while they were married. 

The Good American founder is now in the midst of figuring out what to do when it comes to staying or leaving Tristan after his affairs, and if there is one person who wants her to lean towards leaving, it’s Rob. "Lamar was Rob’s best friend before his marriage to Khloé imploded,” said a family insider. "He and Rob have been in touch again this year; Rob wanted Lamar to meet his daughter (Dream), and they talked about how Khloé was doing during her pregnancy."

Khloe Kardashain

The source also revealed that Rob never cared for Tristan and finds him "immature." Now, he looks to be campaigning for a Khloé-Lamar reunion to happen. 

"He keeps reminding her that Lamar is a changed man, that he’s sober and would move mountains for her,” the insider revealed. "If Rob senses an opening, he’ll tell Lamar to call her.” Will Rob’s efforts eventually pay off?

Watch the video above! What are your thoughts on Rob’s desire to get Khloe back with Lamar? Sound off in the comments! 


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