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Lamar Odom was involved in a car accident after he left his cousin’s funeral in New York City last Thursday (14.07.11).
The Los Angeles Lakers basketball player – who is married to reality TV star Khloe Kardashian – was not injured in the incident where his driver collided with a motorbike, leaving the motorcyclist and a pedestrian seriously injured. They are currently being treated at Elmhurst hospital in Queens.
Khloe was not in the car at the time of the accident although she tweeted afterwards: “Angels are surrounding me always. Thank you!”
Although Lamar – who stars in his own reality TV show ‘Khloe and Lamar’ with his spouse – was said to be “shaken up” by the crash, he quickly returned to work, tweeting on Friday (15.07.11): “Shooting a Nike commercial in New York City.”
This week VH1 announced that the new season of their hit reality series Basketball Wives will be filmed in Los Angeles later this year. The upcoming season will follow a new group of women.
Gloria Govan, fiancee of L.A. Laker Matt Barnes, will be returning for the new season. Her sister Lara Govan will also appear on the show.
Basketball Wives LA premieres August 29th.
Check out the fourth episode of Snoop Dogg’s new series: “GGN – Double G Network” a regular news program hosted by Snoop Dogg aka anchorman Nemo Hoes, co-hosted by Arch Bishop Don Magic Juan & featuring weather woman Stormy Fronts & Android Miller.
While Bryant acknowledged the outburst earlier today and said in a statement it did “not reflect my feelings toward the gay and lesbian communities,” he failed to apologize or to take full responsibility for the homophobic slur. This afternoon, the NBA and Commissioner Stern issued a strong condemnation of Bryant’s action and in an unprecedented move, fined the Lakers’ superstar $100,000. “We applaud Commissioner Stern and the NBA for not only fining Bryant but for recognizing that slurs and derogatory comments have no place on the basketball court or in society at large, “ said Joe Solmonese, HRC President. “We hope such swift and decisive action will send a strong and universal message that this kind of hateful outburst is simply inexcusable no matter what the context.”