Khloe Kardashian talks Rob, says brother does not blame family
19 January 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Khloe Kardashian appeared on “Watch What Happens Live” on Sunday evening and she talked about her brother Rob Kardashian , who has been having struggles regarding his weight and depression.
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” reality star was asked by a caller if she and her sister are being blamed by Rob for his personal struggles.
Khloe answered, "I don't think he blames any of us. We talk about stuff all the time. I think Rob hit a dark place more so dealing with my dad's death. His wish was always for Rob to go to college. When Rob finished that, okay what do I do next? He had no direction. I think he felt lost there."
She then also revealed that she thinks the break-up of Rob happened and it added to what led to him to feel more depressed. Rob has also stayed away from filming the reality show of the family but Khloe revealed that he enjoyed doing the series for many years in the past.
Khloe echoed her mother’s, Kris Jenner , sentiments about Rob and the show. Jenner was interviewed in the past by Maria Shriver and she said, “He wants to still come back and shoot the show, he just wants to feel good. It's not that he doesn't want to be on the show, it's just he wasn't feeling good.”
As of now, Rob is on the road to recovery as per multiple sources and has been getting a lot of support from his family. Khloe also said in “Watch What Happens Live”: “It's issues he had to deal with from the start that he just didn't. People need to take accountability for their own problems. I don't think other people deal with that.”
More on Khloe , she was also recently interviewed by Catt Sadler and she said that she is quite nervous about her new show “Koctails With Khloe.” The 31-year-old admitted that she is scared about the launch of her show but noted that something good will be happening. She added, "Doing something I've never done before of course is like nerve-wracking."