Rob Kardashian is the black sheep of his family, not because he's already past prime sex tape making-age and he failed to capitalize on the opportunity, but because he's the only one who dares to diss the cash/sacred cow that is Kim.
Yes, her sisters give her the occasional hard time, and yes, we just referred to her as a cow, but that's all in good fun.
When Rob goes hard on his mega-famous big sis, he means it. The most recent example, of course, is Rob's Instagram post comparing Kim to "the b-tch from Gone Girl."
If you haven't seen Gone Girl, believe us when we say that that is not a flattering comparison.
In fact, Rob could've taken any female co-star from any other Ben Affleck movie and it wouldn't have been as offensive. (Perhaps he could've gone with J-Lo in Gigli, because of the famous butts, and all.)
Anyway, the point is, it wasn't good and, the post made the long-standing feud between Rob and Kim worse than ever.
At first, it looked like neither side would budge, but just moments ago, in a historic surrender on par with General Lee at Appomattox Court House, Rob deleted not only the Amazing Amy photo, but all of the posts on his Instagram page.
So what made him finally give in to his family's demands? Well, it seems Rob may have been double-crossed:
"Khloe and Kourtney, with the help of Scott, of course, were ultimately the ones who were able to make him take it down," a source tells Radar Online.
It's a surprising development, as up until today, Scott had supported Rob in his war against the rest of the Kardashians.
Looks like the only thing Lord Disick won't turn his back on is a bottle of booze.
Oh, well. At least the war is over for now. Besides, the comparison between Kim and the manipulative, narcissistic villain from Gone Girl doesn't even make any sense. Kim doesn't have blonde hair anymore.