Former NBAer, Ex-Reality Star Lamar Odom Will Move to Shenzhen

By That's PRD, July 12, 2018

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Former NBA star Lamar Odom recently announced that he's relocating to Shenzhen.

In an Instagram post yesterday, Khloe Kardashian's ex-husband explained that he's "signed a management contract" with NinetyPlus Group, a brand that organizes music festivals and concerts in addition to managing entertainers' intellectual property.

Screen-Shot-2018-07-12-at-9.59.19-AM.jpgFrom @lamarodom's Instagram

Odom was previously one half of the short-lived reality show Khloe & Lamar, a spin-off of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. His marriage to the youngest Kardashian sister ended in 2016, however, a year after Odom was found unconscious following a drug overdose in a Nevada brothel.

According to Us Weekly, he's currently working on a memoir about his experiences with addiction as well as his previous marriage.

And of course, he'll have his work with NinetyPlus, whose partners include Akon and Teddy Riley, according to the official site.

Odom announced his move to Shenzhen on Tuesday via Instagram before deleting his post. An identical picture and caption went up again yesterday.

[Cover image via Lamar Odom/Instagram]

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