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Khloe Kardashian isn't about to let social media trolls criticize her for sticking by her estranged husband Lamar Odom's side at Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 fashion show on February 11.

The reality star took to Twitter to blast people hating on her.

"God forbid exes are cordial right?!?!" she wrote. "Wtf is wrong with people?!?! People should praise kindness. Not question it."

The tweet came hours after Lamar made his first somewhat formal appearance since he nearly died last October after overdosing on cocaine and herbal Viagra. As he entered and exited the event at Madison Square Garden, which was attended by the Kardashian-Jenner clan, the former NBA star looked good, only walking with a slight limp.

As he walked into Kanye's show, he heard cheers from the crowd and was spotted smiling and nodding his head along to the rapper's tracks off his new album, "The Life of Pablo." Kanye played some of the tracks for Lamar at his bedside.

Earlier a paparazzi videographer told Lamar he'd prayed for him and Lamar thanked him.

Khloe, though, was feeling less than enthused with some of the haters, but many of her fans came to her rescue, including her sister Kourtney Kardashian.

"@khloekardashian people should mind their own damn business and not worry about your personal life and btw you're SLAYING," she wrote to Khloe with a several emojis of hearts coming out of a smiley face's eyes.

At the show, Khloe and Lamar often smiled at each other. She's said that she will always love him, and that seemed to be apparent.

Earlier in the week, Khloe said that on the day of Lamar's incident at a Nevada brothel, she'd had a "vision" in the morning about planning Lamar's funeral.

"I've always been known to have, like, premonitions," she said on her subscription-based website. "When my ex — he just had an accident — and the morning of, I was driving, and I told my mom, 'I have a feeling.' I just had a visual I was planning Lamar's funeral. I was like, 'You need to call and make sure he's OK.'"