Rob Kardashian Is Officially Jump-Starting His Comeback

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Chances are, you know what pretty much every member of the Kardashian/Jenner family has been up to lately. Well, not every member. We haven't heard from one Robert Kardashian, Jr., for quite some time now. His sister Kim told Rolling Stone in her July 2015 cover story that,"It's not that mysterious, what's happening with Rob. Do I think he smokes weed, drinks beer, hangs out, and plays video games with his friends all day long? Yes." She knows he's smoking pot and not doing meth because if it were the latter, "[H]e'd be skinny."

Well, prepare to eat your words, Kim. According to Us Weekly and a recent photo posted by Rob himself, the token male Kardashian is preparing for a comeback of sorts. On August 31, Rob posted a selfie in which he looked slimmer than he did the last time he was photographed.

Now, Us Weekly is reporting that, "The reclusive Arthur George sock designer has been working hard on losing weight and is preparing to make a comeback." (No, Us never misses the chance to refer to Rob as a "sock designer," in case you were wondering.) An insider told Us, "Rob has been sticking to the plan [trainer] Gunnar [Peterson] created for him and is getting meal delivery from a chef."

Us notes that Rob Kardashian might be getting in shape for monetary reasons in addition to mental and physical health ones. "He's not getting paid if he doesn't film [Keeping Up With the Kardashians]. He has a $2 million-a-year contract. He couldn't give up this huge opportunity," another source told the magazine.

Are you ready for a Rob Kardashian comeback? Hang a sock on the door tonight if you're not. You'll be safe and sound from the Kardashians — unless it's an Arthur George by Robert Kardashian sock. In that case, it's too late. (Us Weekly)

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