Khloe Kardashian has had it with the backlash over her recently published comments about Lamar Odom.
The reality star responded to critics over her recent People cover and interview on Twitter, writing, "Shame on you all for thinking the worst of me. It's been a tough few weeks. I don't need your f**ked up energy!." In a followup, the 32-year-old tweeted, "Know the facts before you throw stones."
Khloe also went on to explain the content of her tweets, which included updates on Lamar's recovery.
"I want to make this VERY clear.... My people cover, I shot and interviewed for PRIOR to all the events that happened," she wrote. "It was contracted press for my book that I wrote months and months ago. Timing is what it is."
"I had to do a follow up 5 minute phoner after the events only because I was contracted to," she continued. "I cancelled my book tour to avoid this attention."
Despite her frustration, the Keeping Up With the Kardashiansstar ended the series of tweets on a positive note, writing, "To the ones who uplift and send love.... I love you more! I appreciate the support. Have a great day babies! Kisses and hugs."
To the ones who uplift and send love.... I love you more! I appreciate the support. Have a great day babies! Kisses and hugs ????
"The fact that he woke up was definitely a sigh of relief for everybody," Khloe said. "Every hour is different. It goes up and it goes down but he's awake. He's alive and that's all I wanted, was for him to be OK."
"Khloe hates to cancel or reschedule anything when it comes to work, but right now, her number one priority is getting Lamar back to good health," a source close to Khloe revealed. "She won’t leave his side and knows that is the most important place she needs to be right now. She is canceling her press commitments for the time being."
A Nye County Sheriff's Office search warrant obtained by ET showed that police would analyze Lamar's blood "for the presence of any controlled substances," after witnesses at the brothel indicated he may have allegedly used illegal drugs during his stay.