Lamar Odom's Ex Liza Remembers Late Son In Social Media
Though he is still recuperating, Lamar Odom's name has been brought up in social media when his ex, Liza Morales shared a post commemorating the death of their child who is supposed to be ten years old this week.
Happy 10th Birthday to our Guardian Angel, our beloved son, Jayden. #BirthdayInHeaven," Liza wrote on Twitter as mentioned by New York Daily News.
It is in 2012 when the NBA star's ex-girlfriend opened up about their loss saying that the baby died at six months old due to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in 2006, an experience she described as being 'traumatic' but they had accepted through time.
"We have pictures of Jayden around the house and the kids and I talk about him all the time. We are in a place of peace and acceptance," she once said.
Odom Lamar and Liz have two kids, Destiny and Lamar Jr-who she brought with her in visiting Lamar Odom at the hospital in October while the NBA star is still confined after being found unconscious and immobile at a Nevada brothel. Her visit is facilitated by Khloe Kardashian and the rest of the clan.
"The TRUTH is God is good. All the time. Continued prayers for my children and their father. Thank you for the support and well wishes," Morales tweeted that time when the NBA star finally opened his eyes after being coma for 72 hours, US Weekly reported.
Meanwhile, there were several contradicting reports about Lamar Odom's current health condition. A source from US Weekly said that the 36-year old basketball star has been improving and getting better everyday.
"He talks a bit more each day and walks with a walker, but still has trouble processing his thoughts. It's very slow but little by little," the source said.
However, a source from Radar Online via Inquisitr reported that there is nothing much doctors can do to improve Lamar's health.
"There really hasn't been a lot of improvement in Lamar's overall health and it's time for him to transition from care at Cedars to another facility that can focus on his physical rehabilitation. Medically, there isn't anything more that can be done for Lamar at Cedars-Sinai."