Khloé Kardashian Odom Tweets "I Love You," Calls Scott Disick Her "Boo Thang"

29-year-old hasn't directly addressed the recent drama surrounding Lamar Odom

By Lily Harrison Sep 06, 2013 5:58 PMTags
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All you need is love.

And no one knows that better than Khloé Kardashian Odom right now.

The 29-year-old took to Twitter to give her fans a little extra TLC by saying, "I love you! Thank you for loving me!"

The candid tweet prompted several of her most devoted fans to send their support for the youngest Kardashian sister.

Even Scott Disick chimed in to give the brunette beauty a special funny shout-out.

"O your welcome khlo," he said. To which she replied, "My boo thang."

Her tweets are just the latest we've heard from her since all the drama surrounding her husband, Lamar Odom, the last few weeks.

Following his DUI arrest, she posted a few selfies on Instagram looking more glamorous than ever.

In one shot, North West's aunt captioned the pic with an emoji of lips but didn't divulge anything else.

And just hours before her love-filled tweets, she posted a photo of herself posing with her makeup artist Joyce Bonelli.

This time, she captioned the glam pic, "My spirit animal right huuuuuur #BigHairDontCare"

She appears to be making a kissy face with an oversize tube of lipstick while Joyce was in the background giving her best pouting face. 

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But while she hasn't directly made any statements regarding her husband's arrest, or short-lived rehab stint, some of the basketball player's former teammates have spoken out.

Former Los Angeles Lakers star Jordan Farmar posted a throwback pic of him with Lamar on Thursday and attached an emotional message to his friend.

He captioned the pic, "My big homie LO! One of the most incredible human beings you'll ever meet! Nobody is immune to tough times. I love you dog and am always here if you need me! #tbt #family"

And another former Lakers player, Josh Powell, told E! News that he's keeping Lamar in his thoughts and prayers.

"The only thing I can do is, I'm praying for him heavily," he said.

"I hope he is able to find peace, and get back to the Lamar everyone loves and knows. We all love him. It's very difficult to see him going through what he's going through right now."