While the Kardashian family have all been getting excited as the Kim Kardashian and Kanye West draws ever nearer, it seems that not the whole family is enjoying things right now. Rob Kardashian has found himself having to speak out to defend himself after some rather personal attacks on his weight issues.
Some recent reports suggest that Rob Kardashian was over weight and that he has had to head of to get therapy to help him lose some weight. However, Rob has now taken to his official Twitter account to hit out at these claims, insisting that he has not had any therapy to lose weight and will be working the weight off himself, by hitting the gym.
Rob said, "So i found out i was trending for being fat...thank you all it really made my day. To the blogs saying i went to fat camp or rehab LOL then why am i still fat u fools?? y'all must have run out of real news. First, i don't believe in rehab or therapy or anything of that sort and second I'm a grown man and will work on myself when i choose. I'm aware that I'm fat that def aint a surprise to me lol and my only therapy will be in the gym anyways had to say somethingggggggggg."
Since then, Rob Kardashian has received a lot of support from his family, with his sisters jumping to his defence. Kendall Jenner took to her official Twitter account to say, "I love you, I love you, I love you @robkardashian." Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian also got involved, again via Twitter, where she tweeted a very defence tweet, having a pop at those who have been criticising her brother and his weight.
Khloe tweeted, "love you @robkardashian. Some of you people are disgusting for calling others names and picking on them. You should be ashamed of your self. Your words are cutting deeper then you know and are possible leaving lifetime scars! What shallow souls some of you are. Its sickening to critique anyone off of their appearance. Grow up!"
Let's hope that this does not take anything away from the Kim Kardashian and Kanye West wedding, with the whole Kardashian and Jenner clan in Paris, France to help celebrate what some are calling the wedding of the century.