Rob Kardashian apologises to Blac Chyna, 'seeking help' for issues
The reality star appears to have seen the error of his ways.
Rob Kardashian has apologised to his fiancee Blac Chyna and vowed to seek help for his "issues" after the couple's latest split over the weekend (17-18Dec16).
The model took to Snapchat on Saturday (17Dec16) to reveal she had set up a new Instagram account after her original profile was hacked and private messages were leaked.
She then explained she had dumped Rob and taken their newborn daughter Dream with her after implying he had had something to do with the hack attack.
"I'M DONE," she wrote in the now-deleted post. "This entire year I have done nothing but help Rob! It's so SAD & PATHETIC how low he'd stoop to cover up HIS PERSONAL ISSUES! I have done nothing but help & loved him from the beginning...! (sic)"
Kim Kardashian's brother initially responded to Chyna's outburst, claiming he "can't believe she really hurt me this way", but on Monday (19Dec16), Rob appeared to have seen the error of his ways.
Returning to Instagram, the 29-year-old publicly apologised to Chyna for his behaviour and revealed he was determined to get professional help so he can work to mend his relationship.
"This weekend I was in an emotional bad place and did some things that embarrassed myself and my family," he wrote.
"I apologize and I'm seeking help to deal with my flaws/issues," he continued. "Please pray for me and I'm sorry @blacchyna. You are a great mother to our child and I love you."
He also shared a separate message for the couple's baby daughter, posting, "I am going to get better for you Dream. You are my life and gave me a new start on being a better me. Love you."
The couple has endured a tumultuous relationship since the stars started dating in January (16). They became engaged in April (16) and announced their baby news in May (16).
Dream was born in early November (16), a little sister for Chyna's four-year-old son King with her ex-fiance Tyga, who is now dating Rob's half-sister Kylie Jenner.
© Cover Media
Belfast Telegraph Digital