During a radio interview with Ryan Seacrest on Friday morning, Kim updated fans and separated fact from fiction, saying that there's been so much stuff floating around out there that is simply not true.
"He's here and he's alive, but to say it's not a long road and to say he's fully better is not the truth either," she said. "He has a lot of work to do and a lot of communication therapy and having to learn to walk again and to talk again and you never know if he'll ever be the same again."
"Lamar is family and he'll always be family, we'll always do what we can to help take care of him, and protect him, and be there for him," she continued. "It's a really unfortunate, sad situation all the way around the board, and I just encourage people to keep on praying because the road is nowhere near over."
She also gave an update on Scott Disick, because with Keeping Up With the Kardashians returning on Sunday and the fact that those episodes were filmed awhile ago, he's made a lot of progress from what we're going to see on the show. "Scott is family, too. He's in our lives, he'll always be in our lives so we want the best for him, too," Kim said. "He's getting help and he's been doing so good and that makes me happy, too."