Rob Kardashian Posts Cryptic Tweet: "No One Will Ever Understand How Much It Hurts"
Rob Kardashian is clearly struggling with something. While the rest of his famous family is living it up in Thailand, the 27-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is on his own somewhere else -- and hurting in a big way. On Tuesday, April 1, he took to his Twitter with a cryptic, troubling message for his 4.82 million followers.
"No one will ever understand how much it hurts," he wrote a few hours past midnight. Perhaps not coincidentally, the tweet came shortly after his ex-girlfriend Rita Ora made headlines for gushing about her romance with DJ Calvin Harris in Elle U.K. -- telling the magazine that she'd never been in love before Harris. (The singer and Kardashian had an ugly split in 2012, after he accused her of cheating on him with 20 other men.)
The sock designer also deleted everything from his Instagram account this week, replacing all of his previous photos with a single post about a particularly cheerless April Fools' joke. "April Fools prank: replace all the sugar in your house with cocaine," the text in the picture read.
As KUWTK viewers know, Kardashian has been struggling in his attempts to lose weight in recent months. He's "really depressed," an insider previously told Us, adding that he "rarely shows up" for his personal training sessions. "The family is very concerned about him."
At the moment, though, there's not a lot they can do. Nearly the entire Kardashian-Jenner family (minus Rob) flew out of L.A. late last week to go to Thailand, where they've been enjoying the sights and frolicking on the beach in their bathing suits. On Wednesday, April 2, Kris Jenner posted a photo of the picturesque scenery, hashtagging all of her kids except Rob and Kourtney.
Credit: Courtesy Kris Jenner; Inset: Steve Granitz/WireImage
"Gorgeous Thailand," she captioned the pic, along with shout-outs to Brandon and Brody Jenner, Brandon's wife Leah, Bruce Jenner, and daughters Kim, Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie. "#family #love #memories"