Kris Jenner and daughters Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian are finally at their wit’s end over what to do about troubled son and brother Rob Kardashian.
In a preview for tonight’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kris Jenner and her girls engage in a bedroom chat, conspiring on what to do to help her son.
What seems to be most obvious is Rob just doesn’t welcome any help on his family’s behalf.
“I’m not a therapist,” says Kris Jenner. “I’m not a doctor. But I do know that we’ve got all of the resources in the world, and yet he doesn’t access.”
Daughter Kim Kardashian suggests trying the hardline approach of letting him work things out himself.
“I think that now what we have to do is everyone back off,” said a frustrated Kim Kardashian. “Everyone licks Rob’s a– and does whatever he says. And it’s just at some point, you just have to give it up! We all make his life so easy. ‘Okay, we’ll drive you around with a chauffeur so no one has to look at you!’ We had a chef on standby, a trainer. ‘We’ll send people to run out and buy you socks and underwear!’ Like, this is pathetic!”
While Kris Jenner nods in agreement, sister Khloe says little and looks torn.
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Kris Jenner confessed the worry she feels over her son and shared another idea.
“I’m really really worried about Rob,” she lamented. “I talked to this guy that came highly recommended and he seems to think that everything I described about Rob was textbook. And that he could come with all the proper people and help him, and do it at home.”
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Khloe eventually finds her voice and berates her family’s lack of presence in Rob’s life.
“So now you guys want to have an outsider come in and ambush Rob, and basically ambush me. Neither you, nor Kourtney, nor Kim have even like attempted to see him for numerous days in a row,” said Khloe Kardashian. “Do you even know his daily routines? Do you know anything? No. Because you guys aren’t there.”
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