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Kim Kardashian helps lift Khloé's spirits with family sing-a-long

10 SEPTEMBER 2013 Khloé Kardashian's family have been rallying round as the reality TV sister soldiers on amidst a barrage of negative stories about the state of her marriage.

And leading the charge are sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, who led a sing-a-long as they drove along with their little sister and Kourtney's partner Scott Disick.

 

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Scott captured the impromptu fun on camera as the quartet joined in with Drake song Hold On We're Going Home. Newly blonde Kim could be seen filming the scene on her phone in the clip – which dad-of-two Scott posted to his account on video sharing site Keek.com.

Khloé later shared a snap of herself on Instagram, looking natural with minimal make-up and dressed down in sweatpants and an off the shoulder jersey.

The caption was made up of three monkey emojis, presumably symbolising the saying "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil", and leaving fans guessing as to whether it was a reference to her reported marital troubles.

Khloé has declined to directly comment on the stories about her husband Lamar Odom's struggles with substance abuse which have dominated headlines in recent weeks.

 


The troubled basketball player reportedly entered a rehab facility last week, leaving after one day. And two weeks ago the sportsman was arrested for driving under the influence.

Lamar has had his license suspended for one year following the incident. According to a report compiled by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the 33-year-old showed "objective signs of intoxication and was unable to perform sobriety tests as explained and demonstrated".

 



The statuesque star has a history of drug issues. He violated NBA drug policies twice in eight months back in 2001, and in 2003 spoke of his marijuana use.

"I just couldn't control myself living in LA," said the star at the time. "The lifestyle that I was living and the things I had access to."

Lamar's father was a drug addict, and his mother sadly passed away when he was 12 leaving him to be raised by his grandmother.