ATTN: Lamar Odom has a "new leading woman" in his life.
And she is not a Kardashian.
The former NBA star and his newest girlfriend Sabrina parr, a health and life coach, quickly became very public.
After showing major PDA in Atlanta to then confirming their romance by making it, yep, Instagram official later that night -- the two are now very much "a thing."
Odom, 39, and Parr, 32, posted their first photo together on Friday, using heart emojis to show just how in love they really are.
But just in case his followers didn't get the memo, Odom uploaded another pic of Parr the next day where he quoted Malcolm X and also succesfully gave fans minor heart attacks.
They lyrics read:
"It's just like when you've got some coffee that's too black, which means it's too strong, what do you do?"
"You integrate it with cream. But if you pour too much cream in it, you won't even know you ever had coffee."
"It used to be hot, it becomes cool. It used to be strong, it becomes weak. It used to wake you up, now it puts you to sleep." - Malcolm X @getuptoparr @blackroyalty." he wrote.
After seeing the post, fans were convinced that Odom was making a stab at ex Khloe Kardashian and that he was comparing her with Parr.
But he quickly slammed the accusations, making it very known that he is not here for any of your negative comments.
"I'm a bit disappointed to read that people are using my words to enforce their own perceptions and assumptions pointing towards things that are just not MY TRUTH OR REALITY," he responded in a lengthy post.
"This post isn't against anyone including my ex-wife that I still respect deeply."
"I am just PRO love. Can I do that without people feeling offended? Why does that make you so mad," he asked.
"Our black women have been held down for centuries!"
"I am now deciding to send them and my NEW WOMAN a lot of love," he continued.
"My post goes out to the new leading woman in my life, that I'm gonna tell everyday how beautiful she is, from the inside out."
"Thanks @getuptoparr for teaching me what real self value means. It changed my entire mindset," he concluded, adding hashtag #woke.
Lamar clearly has found happiness, people!
Khloe and Lamar had a very up-and-down relationship that was highly publicized and spotlighted on Keeping up with the Kardashians.
The two even scored a spin-off show titled, Khloe & Lamar.
However, things quickly spiraled for the pair in October of 2015, when Lamar had a major setback.
The former pair has remained somewhat close and still actively show support towards one another.
In June, Kardashian congratulated Odom over the success of his new memoir, Darkness to Light, which touched on his marriage and past drug/sex addiction.
"Look at God!!! Congratulations Lammy! Keep shining," the reality star commented on Instagram.
We're (mostly) sure that Khloe is supporting Lamar now in his new relationship and wishing them both the best!