Not again! It looks like there might be more drama in Rob Kardashian’s life. The 29-year-old reality star wiped his entire Instagram account on Thursday night, unfollowing everyone, including his famous family and his fiancée, Blac Chyna.
Rob previously wiped his accounts back in July, but had been posting more ahead of the Sunday, Sept. 11 premiere of his reality show, Rob & Chyna.
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As he awaits the birth of his first child, Rob has been open about his fights with Chyna on his family’s series, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
"It takes either one person to man up.. obviously that’s going to be me," Rob told his sisters on a recent episode of the show. "At the same time, I'm not going to argue with a female.”
Rob seems determined to make things work with Chyna, adding, “My plan is not to have a kid with somebody and not be with the person. That's just bizarre to me."
The formerly reclusive star returned to the spotlight earlier this year when he started his romance with Chyna. The couple got engaged in April and shortly after announced that they were expecting their first child together.
But since then, their relationship has been filled with ups and downs as they navigate Chyna’s pregnancy and their jealousy issues. In the previews for the couple’s spin-off docu-series, they both accuse their partners of texting other people.
Prior to his recent Instagram purge, Rob and Chyna conducted an interview with On Air With Ryan Seacreston Thursday. Chyna revealed that they haven’t planned much of their wedding, with one notable exception.
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"We have a date picked out," she dished. "I obviously wanted to do it when I wasn't pregnant so we could turn up!"
Rob also gushed about Chyna crediting her with helping him out of his dark times.
"Sometimes your family can't get you out of the worst place that I was in," he said. "I needed an outsider to help me. I couldn’t do it all myself."