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Rob ‘furious at Kim over weed comment’

Published 03/07/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Rob Kardashian is reportedly “mad as hell” at sister Kim for her comments about his personal life in a recent magazine interview.

The siblings have had a difficult relationship over the last year, starting with Rob missing Kim’s wedding to Kanye West in May 2014.

And while Rob and Kim had just got things back on track, her interview with Rolling Stone magazine released earlier this week has apparently reignited Rob’s feelings.

In the interview, Kim discussed her brother’s daily activities, admitting that he spends most of his time “smoking weed, drinking beer, and playing video games with his friends.”

However, Rob is said to have been furious with Kim’s comments.

“Rob and Kim had been cool again and were getting along,” a source told Us Weekly. “Now he’s furious at her again for her comments to Rolling Stone. He was been bitching her out on her phone. He’s mad — p**sed as hell.”

Kim is understood to have reached out to her brother and tried to apologise. But he is reportedly still seething and in no mood to forgive just yet.

“Rob has blocked Kim on his phone,” the source added. “He doesn’t want to hear what she has to say. He says there’s no excuse she could possibly have for saying that. He will not forgive her."

Rob previously hit headlines when he posted a picture of Rosamund Pike’s sociopathic character in Gone Girl on his Instagram page back in March, comparing her to his sister.

While it was later said to be nothing to do with his feelings towards Kim, other allegations suggested Rob felt his sibling was being two faced to him – acting caring about him in public but “ignoring” him in private.

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