Khloe Kardashian stood by her husband Lamar Odom when he was nearly traded to the New Orleans Hornets on Thursday, telling fans that she would be more than willing to make the move.
"I would go anywhere with my hubby," Kardashian tweeted on Friday, after the deal was nixed.
On Thursday, Los Angeles Lakers fans almost lost Odom, when he was said to be traded for Hornets player Chris Paul. The NBA, who owns the Hornets, eventually canceled the proposed move.
"I can survive anywhere," Kardashian continued. "People are acting crazy! LOL New Orleans is a great place. As long as I'm with Lam, I'm good."
Odom was apparently shaken up by the close call and didn't show up for the Lakers first day of practice on Friday, saying that things had gotten "a little weird."
"To me, I would think it's better to stay away," Odom told the Los Angeles Times on Friday. "I don't want to offend the sport and the professionalism. Right now, I'll be a fan of the game from the distance. But as of right now, I just don't know."
Odom appeared to be dealing with drama from angry fans on Twitter over the proposed move and Tweeted that he plans to stay positive, but was feeling a little lost, asking his over 2 million followers, "When a team trades u and it doesn't go down? Now what?"
Kardashian married the Los Angeles Lakers basketball player in September 2009. The couple appears on "Keeping up with the Kardashians" and the spin-off, "Khloe & Lamar."
It was announced on November 30 that Kourtney Kardashian is expecting her second child with longtime boyfriend Scott Disick. The couple, who've been together for five years, are parents to their son Mason, who is nearly 2-years-old.
The Kardashian's reality series "Kourtney & Kim Take New York" premiered on Sunday, November 27 to record ratings. The E! network series also revealed early troubles in Kim Kardashian's marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries, before she filed for divorce at a Los Angeles court, 72 days after getting married.
The wedding of Kardashian and Humphries took place on August 20 under tight security at a $20 million estate near Santa Barbara.