The 31-year-old reality star
tweeted to her 15.7 million followers a screen grab of a group text between her sisters. She captioned the pic: "Family over everything."
In the video, Lamar insists that this run-in was planned.
"Now I'm asking you. You know I know Khloe, right? Personally, right? You know I know her? So how would you think that I ended up there?" he said, trying to explain that there's no way he could have known where Khloe would be if she didn't tell him. "Nobody got followed, nobody got hassled, nobody got harassed, nobody got grabbed on, none of that. None of that happened."
The 35-year-old former NBA pro, who now lives in Las Vegas, also addressed how harshly he felt he'd been portrayed by the media in the past.
"It's hard for me to keep my composure. For everybody that I know and that supports me I'm sorry, but the dog has to fight back. That's it," Lamar continued. "Y'all beat me down, degraded me, said I would do everything in the world; I'm a womanizer, a f**king drug addict, everything. Know what I'm saying? [I] probably couldn't even get f**king hired from Home Depot right now, because of how people look at me. It's over. If it happens again, I will air everything out."
"Lamar has been trying to contact Khloe, but she is done and has ignored him," the source said. "Lamar has issues with Khloe dating Harden."
The source added that Khloe is also "thinking about getting a bodyguard."
"It made Khloe first shocked and scared that Lamar was waiting outside the studio," the source said of Odom's alleged behavior. "She doesn't know how he found her."
"I miss what we had -- things we got to do together are just memories. I like looking back and holding on to that stuff," she said. "There’s times I'll get so sentimental and so sad, but this had to happen for some reason."