Kardashian-Jenners Suspend App Content During Lamar Odom Tragedy
The sisters are instead taking time to "pray for Lamar."
It's been a difficult few days for the Kardashian-Jenner family, who have been in and out of a Nevada hospital visiting a bedridden Lamar Odom, the estranged husband of Khloe Kardashian who was found unconscious in a brothel north of Las Vegas on Tuesday.
In the wake of this family tragedy, the sisters have made the decision to temporarily cease the production of content across their apps and websites, which were launched in September.
The subscription-based services promise exclusive content, including blog posts, photos, personal messages and live-streams. However, a message on Khloe's site reads, "As a family, we've decided to hold off on publishing content across our apps while we continue to support and pray for Lamar. Thank you for your kindness and understanding during this difficult time."
With the exception of Khloe, the family remains active on social media with Kris, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie and even the elusive Rob Kardashian posting heartfelt tweets and Instagrams asking fans to keep Odom in their prayers.
please don't go.— Kendall Jenner (@KendallJenner) October 14, 2015
@kyliejenner: "Let's dance again together soon. Prayers up for Lamar please."
@robkardashian: "Praying nonstop for my Brother !!"
Odom, who remains in critical condition and is currently in a medically induced coma, has received an outpouring of support not only from Kardashian-Jenner fans who watched Khloe & Lamar, E!'s spinoff series about the couple's marriage, but also from the vast NBA community, including sportscasters, teammates and coaches.