Celebrated NBA player Lamar Odom opened up to the celebrity big brother about his dream regarding his late son on the latest episode.

Lamar Odom who rose to fame from the reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians stated that his son Jayden died at the age of 6 months due to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

The celebrated basketball player confessed with his fellow housemates that he has a strong belief in seeing his late son “in an afterlife”.

The ex-husband of Khloe Kardashian said that he often sees his late son in his dreams.

Lamar Odom was talking to Todd Bridges and Cynthia Bailey. He further said,

“I think I need to cry. I dreamt (about) my son last night, the one that passed away. He was talking.”

“You know what that’s from, though? I didn’t get to grieve properly; I don’t think when my son passed away.”

The former Los Angeles Lakers continued: “He kept saying, ‘Snatch the rainbow, Daddy.’ When he passed away, he couldn’t talk. He could just talk with his eyes.”

The emotional sportsman opened up and described his incredible bond with his late son before he passed away in 2006.

“Even at 6 months old I was saying that we had a really great relationship because whenever I would come into the room his eyes would just follow me wherever I went until I picked him up,” said Lamar.

“He was a really special baby; 2006 would’ve made him, right now, I think 15 or 14 years old. There’s just something I don’t think I’d ever get over. But him coming to me in a dream lets me know that he’s not too far away. and I know I’ll see him in an afterlife.”

Todd Bridges who was in Diff’rent Strokes playing the character of Willis Jackson was so moved by the confession of Lamar about his grief of losing a child.

“Hearing Lamar that he lost a kid has to be the biggest thing that someone has to deal with, and my heart goes out to Lamar because he’s dealt with so much” confessed a clearly moved Todd after the confession