It was with true Kardashian, drama-sparking flair that Rob K. decided to tweet out his sister’s phone number after a perceived slight against his fiancée and baby mama. But now that the tables have been turned (with Blac Chyna doing the same thing to him), Rob is apologizing to Kylie for the entire sitch, saying it was all just one big misunderstanding… sort of.
“It was miscommunication on my end,” Rob claimed while chatting On Air With Ryan Seacrest. Also squashing rumors that he’s broken up with his baby momma (not so, says Rob), he goes on to say that his little antic was purely motivated by love. “I thought they weren’t having Chyna at our baby shower. Chyna’s baby shower is actually this Sunday, but they were trying to do a little surprise ‘guy’ baby shower for me and I was just upset, trying to fight for Chyna like, ‘Yo, she has to be at the baby shower. She’s birthing my child. She needs to be there.’ It was literally miscommunication, and I probably shouldn’t have went on Twitter, but I did.”
Dude, maybe learn to have some chill (though that of course might not bode so well for the show’s much-needed drama).
Rob went on to own up to his mistake, admitting that he had targeted his sis unfairly. “I kind of took all my anger out on Kylie and my family. It wasn’t just Kylie, it was my whole family. I went in on them on group text. And I was just being petty and posted [Kylie’s] number. I was like, ‘Yo, it’s not that serious. We change our numbers all the time.’”
Even so, it was a totally uncool move, and though Kylie hasn’t responded to the apology, she apparently also hasn’t given her big bro her new number, either, after being forced to change her old one because of his public hissy fit.
Despite all that, Rob ended by saying, “We all love each other, and we’re all family… I never want to beef or argue with anybody.” He went on to say that the massive family is constantly dealing with “real issues that are actually happening… it’s hard to communicate with everybody, honestly,” before uttering the words Kylie likely deserves to hear: “I’m sorry, Kylie, if you’re listening. I love you, Kylie.” Aww!
Let’s hope things cool off a little before the baby Kardashian girl arrives in just one month!
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(h/t E!, photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)