It has been months since Rob Kardashian has made a public appearance — and fans are beginning to miss the reality star. However, it turns out, Rob is also missing his old self.
The father-of-one has been very open about his battle with depression and weight gain, but his recent confession on Twitter is seriously heartbreaking. When a fan shared a GIF of Rob holding his now eight-year-old nephew Mason when he was just a baby, along with the caption, "I miss u so much Rob,” he responded, "Me too," along with a blue heart emoji. Fans quickly flooded his feed with words of encouragement. "Your comeback will be strong and better than ever," one follower wrote before another added, "You're still you!!!! You're just on your journey to your best self. Own it that you're the strongest out of any of your family. Love you Rob!!!"
Me too 💙 https://t.co/OXQQPvYoWM— ROBERT KARDASHIAN (@robkardashian) February 2, 2018
Following his very public split from former fiancée Blac Chyna, Rob, 30, has been noticeably out of the spotlight — only taking to social media to post photos of his baby girl, Dream, 14 months. He is also involved in a nasty legal battle with the Instagram model after he claimed he was assaulted by Chyna and that she became pregnant with his child "demonstrating one of [her] deliberate actions to cash in on the Kardashians fame.” Chyna has denied the allegations. The pair is also fighting over custody of their daughter.
Previously, Life & Style reported that the sock designer had gone back to his unhealthy ways and is eating his feelings. "He’s sitting at home, watching TV and spending thousands of dollars a month on Postmates [food delivery] and bingeing on Burger King, McDonald's, Subway, and Taco Bell," a source said. "He’s lonely, but he doesn’t want to face the outside world at all.”
His family is also concerned, with Khloé Kardashian trying to encourage her little brother to be more active. "Everyone worries that unless Rob changes his lifestyle, his health could take a serious turn for the worse," the insider added. We have a feeling 2018 is going to be Rob's year!