Khloe Kardashian Odom, Lamar Odom

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Memo to Bruce Jenner: There might be a reason your family likes keeping you in the dark.

The loosest-lipped member of the reality clan is at it again, this time becoming the first family member to go on the record about stepdaughter Khloe Kardashian's hitherto unconfirmed prenup with Lamar Odom.

"Khloé is very smart," he said at last night's launch of his new son-in-law's clothing line, Rich Soil. "They both have careers and assets and that's the smart thing to do, for both of them. I think they're doing the right thing."

Just as long as he doesn't also think he won't be on the receiving end of a few stink-eyes around the family table, it shouldn't be a problem.

Fortunately, he didn't divulge any specifics.

"You've seen the show! I get told nothing," he said.

Sources close to the Kardashian clan said that the newlyweds' prenup negotiations were amicable and far from the dramafest that's been reported.

As for who would get what...

Khloé will receive a sizable yearly stipend as well as a house, while Odom can rest assured that none of his $33 million Lakers salary will be leaving his side.

As for whether the document was in fact a prenup—or, signed as it was this week, technically more of a postnup—well, let the naysayers speculate (we're looking at you, Whoopi). The presumed newlyweds have yet to sway from the party line that their Sept. 27 ceremony was anything less than legit.

"It was real," Odom said last month. "Anybody that was there will tell you that it was a beautiful event and it was real."

Besides, if it wasn't, don't you think Jenner would have told us by now?


Bruce wasn't the only one talking at last night's clothing launch. Check out what Lamar Odom had to say about whether his new bride will ever meet his kids.

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