Liza Morales, mother to two of Los Angeles Clippers forward Lamar Odom's children and cast member TLC reality television series "Starter Wives Confidential," recently opened up about speaking to Khloe Kardashian-Odom and her child's father.
Morales,33, recently appeared on New York radio station Power 105.1 morning show "The Breakfast Club," where she was asked about her relationship with Kardashian-Odom.
"Do I have a relationship with her? No, I mean we're cordial," Morales revealed. "We speak when we need to speak. But it's not often. "
Morales spoke up on her reality television show about the pain that she encountered after Odom left following the death of their third child at the hands of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Meanwhile, Kardashian-Odom made headlines for writing a tweet on the Jan 29 premiere of "Starter Wives."
"Funny...That NOW everyone has a story to tell. LOL I love storytime," Kardashian-Odom tweeted. "These lies truly make me sick. Disgusted by the stories you are spreading...karma."
Although Kardashian-Odom later said people were jumping to conclusions when some questioned her tweets being aimed at Morales, the "Starter Wives" cast member said she did not believe that the wife of her child's father was subliminally tweeting about her.
"I heard about that. I don't follow her..I don't think she was talking to me because she has my number and I don't do that subliminal communication through social media," Morales said on "The Breakfast Club." "So I don't think she was talking to me, she would've called me."
When questioned about the possibility of a rekindled romance in the future, Morales was forthcoming about her feelings.
"No, not in this life. I would give him a chance to co-parent. Co-parenting is when you work together with that other parent and I don't have that," Morales said on Power 105.1. "He sees them when he can or on holiday. Thanks to the lawyers we have a schedule in the summer where we alternate the summer."
Morales has made it clear that her children are the priority in her life, but said that things could be better between her and their father.
"It could definitely be better. I wish him the best. I know on the show, on the first episode that was a long scene that I did with his aunt. I said I don't like him at this point," Morales said on the radio show. "I don't like who he became. But I wish him the best and I wish we could be cordial. We have kids."