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Rob's ‘Killing Himself!’ Kardashians Urge Dream's Daddy To Check Into Rehab

Kim Kardashian does brunch with brother Rob and Blac Chyna
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May. 28 2017, Updated 12:27 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian does brunch with brother Rob and Blac Chyna
Source: BACKGRID

Rob Kardashian may be enjoying spending quality time with his adorable daughter Dream, but that seems to be the only positive thing going on in his life these days. After his split from Blac Chyna, she’s been hosting events and showing her incredible post-baby body off, but Rob has been pretty much missing in action. And a source tells OK! exclusively it’s due to his self-destructive behavior!

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The reality star “is eating and drinking non-stop as his romance with Blac Chyna continues to erode.” Things have gotten so back that Kris and the rest of his family is stepping in to confront Rob, and they want him in rehab.

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“This has been the elephant in the room for longer than anyone can remember, they’ve all had enough. Rob’s killing himself and the family - led by Kris - will be staging an intervention,” adds the source.

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Of course, this is far from the first time Rob has worried his family with his unhealthy antics. He’s battled depression even before Blac Chyna was in his life, and that was mainly due to massive weight gain.

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And while he lost weight while with Chyna and was eating healthier foods and working out, he’s since packed on pounds again due to their crazy ups-and-downs.

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Rob’s family now wants him to “undergo a 12-step program and will spend as much as necessary giving him the help he needs to finally get sober and turn his life around,” says the insider. Does Rob need rehab? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section. 

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