Kris Jenner offered her son this amazing opportunity, but he has “no desire” to get a real job, a Kardashian family insider told Radar Online. The sock designer “refused” the offer and told the 63-year-old matriarch that he “just wants to be a stay-at-home dad instead!”
Meanwhile, the dad of one finally made his return on the Sunday, May 12, episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
“I cannot believe that Dream is going to be 2 years old,” Khloé Kardashian, 34, said. “Rob is honestly the best dad. He reminds me so much of my dad with how attentive and fun and loving he is with her. This is the first year that Rob gets Dream on her actual birthday, and he’s so happy that he gets to be throwing her a party.”
Unfortunately, Dream’s festivities were canceled since the Woolsey fires approached the area, forcing everyone to evacuate their homes in Hidden Hills and Calabasas in November 2018.
“I don’t have an escape plan for a fire,” Khloé said. “Like, where the hell am I going? I need to figure this out, but I just feel like once I start packing my bag — it just makes it way too real. I’m kind of in disbelief.”
In the end, the family was able to celebrate Dream’s birthday. “I can’t think of a better way to recover from all of the fire drama than to celebrate Dream’s birthday,” Kris said.
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— ROBERT KARDASHIAN (@robkardashian) March 17, 2018
But don’t get used to seeing Rob back on the small screen. “Rob appeared on the show because Kris made him,” the source continued. “It is so strange, though, because he is broke and has no money, yet doesn’t want to work when it’s offered to him.”
Come on, Rob! Give the people what they want.
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