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Lamar Odom got a tattoo of Kobe Bryant’s face subsequent to longing for him on ‘CBB’

Lamar Odom opened up to Page Six Style about the neck tattoo he received in honor of his late friend Kobe Bryant.
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Lamar Odom opened up to Page Six Style about the neck tattoo he received in honor of his late friend Kobe Bryant.
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Lamar Odom’s “mindset” tattoo he prodded on “Superstar Big Brother” is at this point not a secret.

Page Six Style can uncover that the previous Lakers player had Kobe Bryant’s face inked on his neck after he longed for his partner various times while residing in the

“VIP Big Brother” house.

“It’s simply his face. It’s on my neck. At the point when I was in the ‘CBB’ house I envisioned [of] him four or multiple times,”

Odom told Page Six Style over Zoom.

“They were truly distinctive and simple to recall since he was conversing with me in the fantasies.”

In one of the fantasies, Odom let us know he and the late NBA star were having a 3-point shooting challenge when they began discussing life following death.

“He just thought back to me and said, ‘LO, the great beyond ain’t what individuals make it up to be,’ and I just somewhat awakened,” Odom, 42, reviewed.

“I’m dazed and stunned, however it could mean a ton of things. It might have implied that he misses his kin, misses his little girls. Might have implied perhaps his work wasn’t done at this point. I awakened truly enthusiastic after that.”

Odom, who conversed with us in front of his Nanosol Pro-supported Fan Room Live appearance Saturday, additionally educated us regarding the jewelry he got out of appreciation for Bryant and his girl, Gigi, who were among the nine individuals killed in a helicopter crash in January 2020.

The retired basketball player was gifted with a custom pendant made by Scoobie da Jeweler depicting the famous photo of the late NBA legend kissing Gigi on the head while sitting courtside at a game.

“It’s gaudy but it’s nice,” Odom said. “I wear it when I go out to represent the boy.”

The back of the piece is inscribed with a famous quote of Bryant’s:

“Rest at the end, not in the middle.”

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