It’s been a rough year for the Kardashian family. Between Kim’s robbery in Paris, Kanye West’s hospitalization, Khloe’s very public divorce, and Rob and Blac Chyna hashing it out over Instagram right before the holidays, you’d think the family would be able to make the last three days of 2016 peaceful ones. But according to TMZ, Rob Kardashian was rushed to the hospital late last night after experiencing a medical emergency.
Blac Chyna and Kris Jenner were both spotted arriving separately at an ER near Hidden Hills around 9:45 P.M. last night. While it remains unconfirmed that Rob is the one in the hospital, sources close to the family said that Rob is the one in medical distress. He’s also the only thing that binds the two women together.TMZ
After the Instagram debacle, the two women have not been getting along, a theory which was confirmed after Kris Jenner uninvited Blac Chyna to her annual holiday party.
“Rob’s family is over Chyna,” a source told People magazine. “Rob’s family is trying to distance themselves from Chyna. They can’t stand the toxic relationship. They very much care about baby Dream though. It’s just come to the point when they think Rob is better off without being in a relationship with Chyna.”
Another insider added that the Kardashians no longer “support the relationship.”
Reports that Rob suffered a nervous breakdown have started to circulate, but sources say the reports are not true. He does suffer from diabetes, though it’s not confirmed if complications from the disease is what landed him in the ER.
We will be updating this story as more details surrounding the hospitalization are revealed.
Update – 10:56 A.M.
Family sources told TMZ that Rob checked himself into the hospital because of his diabetes. They said that he began to eat excessively due to the amount of stress he’s been under lately, and gained an alarming amount of weight quickly, causing him to lose control over his diabetes.
He remains in the hospital as doctors try to stabilize him.
Update – 2:30 P.M.
Rob Kardashian has been discharged from the hospital after receiving treatment.