A source revealed to E! News that "there is no planned intervention" for Rob by Kris Jenner, despite conflicting reports. The source added, "Rob lives at his own place. He has for a while. And yes he is basically a shut-in, but that's now new. Has been for a long time, that is not news. He doesn't like being seen in public and limits his social life as such."
Many fans have also wondered what Rob's relationship is like with the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner family now that he has become somewhat of a recluse.
"He for sure talks to Kris. And Kendall and Kylie Jenner have no beef. Not sure about others, but they all, I believe, have showed social media love for quite some time," the source said.
Late last month, Rob was rushed to the hospital, and it was later revealed that he was diabetic, but he is already home and doing well, the source revealed.
"He's home already. He went for a little and is fine now. It was a wake-up call," a source told E! News shortly after the scare, adding that his "blood sugar levels were very high, and doctors told him that he needs to lose weight, exercise and dramatically change his diet, or it will get worse."
Rob was recently offered a deal that could help change his life and get him on a healthy path, but ultimately, what Rob decides to do next depends on him, but, at least, he does have his family in his corner urging him on.
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