Rob Kardashian has made a return to social media and has expressed some questionable brotherly-love towards his sister Kim in the process.
The 28-year-old has been out of the limelight for a while but his return has certainly got people talking.
He shocked his followers by posting a picture of Rosamund Pike in her sociopathic role as Gone Girl character Amy Dunne.
If all he was trying to suggest is that he was a big fan of the David Fincher movie, then he was definitely going about it in the wrong way. However, it seems that Rob had a more malicious intention as he decided to compare his own sister to a the blood-soaked murderess.
He captioned the photo:
"This is my sister Kim, the bitch from Gone Girl...”
Take a look!
The parallel he draws between the blood-splattered character and his sister is baffling. In Gone Girl, the ruthless trust fund beauty goes to great lengths to punish her cheating husband, played by Ben Affleck.
During the movie, the character reveals herself to be a compulsive liar and a murderer. Is Rob trying to suggest that Kim is the same? Is he essentially comparing her to a psycho?
Rob's bizarre behavior
Alongside this, he also decided to unfollow his entire family on Instagram and decided to leave the Kim-shaming pic as the only one present on his account. It is unclear what point he is trying to make with this.
This follows suit from his bizarre decision to miss out on Kimye's wedding, his skipping of Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner's Christmas party late last year and his claims that he doesn't want anything to do with Keeping Up with the Kardashians back in June 2014.
Since then, he has no longer received an ongoing storyline on the show.
Weight gain and depression
It's no secret that Rob has been battling personal issues. The family is apparently very concerned for Rob's well-being, aware that he has been struggling with his weight and struggling with depression.
His sister Khloe has great concerns that her younger brother is suffering from social anxiety, saying:
"He’s definitely not at his happiest place that he once was, and I know he can get to that happy place and he will. [...] We all kind of get to a place where you don't know where to go in life or whatever, so I think it's important for him to know that he always has people to lean on and it's not unnatural for people to not know where to begin. It's a growing process. I will always be his No. 1 supporter."
Rob, we wish you all the best and a healthy recovery!
Do YOU agree that Kim is psycho? Let me know in the comments below!