Lamar Odom is moving to China.
The former NBA star, and Khloe Kardashian's ex, announced that he's packing up his belongings and jetting to Shenzhen after signing a contract with Ninety Plus.
The company hosts concerts and music festivals and has previously worked with singer Akon and producer Teddy Riley.
Goodbye U.S.: Lamar Odom revealed he is moving to China in a since-deleted tweet
'Happy & proud to announce that I have a signed a global management contract with my new @NinetyPlusOfficial family,' he began in a since-deleted tweet. 'I feel so happy to be writing new episodes of my life in another country that's so huge in basketball. I am grateful to have you all as my supporting fans through my ups and downs.'
According to the 90plusgroup.com, the company aims 'to create new intellectual property, new content, and new branding. Our biggest strength, and the core value that we were founded on, is to focus on the creation of content and intellectual property for branding purposes.'
That's not the only business venture Lamar has coming up as he's planning to release an autobiography - which will tell all about his sporting career, his drug abuse and his failed marriage with Khloe Kardashian - in February 2019.
His book will also go into detail about his brush with death when he was hospitalized in 2015