Rob Kardashian has been rushed to the hospital
This week keeps getting weirder and weirder. According to People Magazine, Rob Kardashian was allegedly hospitalized last night after suffering from a “medical emergency.” A source told Us Weekly that Kardashian mostly likely had a diabetic attack. Oddly enough, around this same time last December, Kardashian was hospitalized for a flare up caused by his type 2 diabetes.
TMZ reported that Kardashian checked himself into the hospital last night, and as of early this morning, doctors were working on stabilizing his condition.
Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner, and Jenner’s boyfriend, Corey Gamble, were seen entering the hospital after Kardashian checked himself in. Kardashian’s girlfriend, Blac Chyna, was also photographed entering the hospital. She arrived without the couple’s 1-month-old daughter, Dream Kardashian.
After Kardashian’s hospitalization last December, he told People, “he had refused to take his insulin and was “nonstop throwing up.”” He told the magazine, it felt like he was going to die. Upon release from the hospital, Kardashian knew he had to make some serious life changes.
He told People, “Chyna and I had a really big talk and she told me that by having her cook for me, my diabetes would be gone.” Kardashian later claimed that his diabetes had, in fact, diminished due to Chyna’s home-cooking. But perhaps after this hospitalization, the results may show otherwise.
As for this recent hospitalization a source told US Weekly, “[Kardashian]’s been so stressed out so [he’s] not taking care of himself or eating right. Stress affects his diabetes.”
Kardashian recently posted an Instagram photo of his new daughter, Dream, and captioned it, “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.”
Being a new father and involved in a very public relationship with Blac Chyna, we can certainly understand where possible stress is coming from. We are wishing the Kardashian family the best, and will stay on the pulse of the situation.