During the NBA lockout Lamar Odom received an offer to go play basketball in Turkey, and he and wife Khloe were thinking about accepting it.
However, some of her relatives were not at all happy about the prospect of her moving to that country, and on "Khloe And Lamar" (Sun., 10 p.m. EST on E!) her brother Rob explained why.
In April of 1915 the Ottoman Empire, in what is now Turkey, allegedly orchestrated a massacre of the local Armenian population. Ever since, successive Turkish governments have challenged the Armenian version of what exactly happened in the Armenian Genocide.
Khloe is, of course, of Armenian descent on her father's side. Unsure of what to do, she called up her dad's brother Tom Kardashian to ask his advice.
Tom said that the possibility of Lamar playing in Turkey "bothered me a little bit."
Khloe asked if he thought there was any way she could turn it into a positive experience, or if it would just be a "really sticky situation." Her uncle's advice was to "stay away from it."
The Armenian Genocide has recently hit the headlines in France. Check out Bernard-Henri Levi's "Armenian Genocide: The French Constitutional Council's Mistake." Follow the adventiures of "Khloe And Lamar" Sundays at 10 p.m. EST on E!.
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