In the coming episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” (KUWK), to be aired Sunday, May 5th, 2015, Kim Kardashian refers to her brother Rob Kardashian’s behavior as “pathetic” and thinks that the family should stop catering to his needs completely.
Not all is well between hot KUWK star Kim Kardashian and her 28-year-old brother Rob Kardashian. Nearly two weeks ago, Rob had posted a picture of Rosamund Pike from the film “Gone Girl” in which she was shown ‘soaked in blood’. “This is my sister kim , the b*** from Gone Girl,” Rob had written oin the photograph.
In the next episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim asks everybody to “back off,” when mom Kris Jenner expresses her concern for her son Rob.
“I’m not a therapist. 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,” Jenner says to Kim, as per a spoiler teaser of the upcoming episode of KUWK acquired by US Weekly.
In response, 34-year-old Kim asks the entire family to keep away from Rob, and adds that by constantly listening to him, and doing everything he asks them to do, they have made life too easy for him.
Picking up the topic of Rob’s struggle with weight, Kim said that they take the trouble of driving him around in a chauffeur driven car to avoid the paparazzi clicking his pictures, besides having a chef and trainer around all the time at his service. “We’ll send people to run out and buy you socks and underwear!’ Like, this is pathetic!” said Kim, referring to Rob.
While Kim is clear that she doesn’t want to bother about Rob anymore, she sure wants Jenner and her sister Khloe’s support.
When Jenner explains to her that Rob is perhaps unable to help himself, Kim replies that at least, he could ask for help.
Watch the next episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” at 9 p.m., tomorrow on E!
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