While Lamar Odom remains hospitalized in Las Vegas, members of the Kardashian and Jenner family have stopped publishing content across their regularly-updated apps and sites.
Visitors to Khloe, Kim, and Kylie's mobile apps on Thursday saw a message that read: "As a family, we've decided to hold off on publishing across our apps while we continue to support and pray for Lamar. Thank you for your kindness and understanding during this difficult time."
On Tuesday, Kylie abruptly cut short a live stream on her mobile app after approximately ten minutes.
"Believing in the power of prayer for this beautiful soul," Kourtney wrote, along with a photo of Odom hugging Kourtney's young son, Mason.
Believing in the power of prayer for this beautiful soul. pic.twitter.com/r4u4IM3PWT— Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) October 15, 2015
Meanwhile, Rob posted a photo of he and Odom on Wednedsay, writing, "Praying nonstop for my Brother!!"
"Please pray for Lamar #ourfighter," Kris Jenner wrote on her own Instagram.
And Kylie posted her own touching message: "Let's dance again together soon. Prayers up for Lamar please."
And Kendall simply tweeted, "please don't go."
please don't go.— Kendall Jenner (@KendallJenner) October 14, 2015
“[Khloe] asks that you continue to keep him in your thoughts and prayers and for the media to respect his privacy during this difficult time,” a source told ET on Tuesday night, as she and Kim headed to be by Odom's bedside, where she has been since he was hospitalized.
The former NBA player was found unconscious at the Love Ranch brothel in Crystal, Nevada, on Tuesday. ET was told on Wednesday that Lamar has been placed on dialysis after starting to experience kidney failure. Audio from the 911 call alleges that the former NBA player had done cocaine and had “enhancement” supplements in his system.