Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna don't have the world's healthiest relationship.
That shouldn't come as much of a surprise, as Rob wasn't exactly in the most stable place when he and Chyna first met, and rushing right into getting engaged and having a baby probably wasn't the smartest move.
We were reminded of just how much trouble these two are in on last night's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
The entire family got together to celebrate the 82nd birthday of Kris Jenner's mom, MJ.
Well, almost the entire family.
After going so far as to consult a professional stylist in order to get ready for the low-key family gathering, Rob was a no-show.
Blac earned some points with the rest of the family by showing up anyway, but his sisters remained royally pissed.
And it wasn't just the fact that Rob skipped his grandmother's birthday that had them outraged.
For reasons that remain unclear, Rob blocked his entire family and Blac on all of his social media accounts.
Blac also informed his sisters that she was unable to get in touch with Rob.
It's one thing to ghost someone you're dating, Rob and Blac are engaged, and she's expecting his baby, so completely cutting off all contact is decidedly not cool.
The situation has gotten so bad that even Rob's more stoic sisters (Kim and Kourtney; Khloe doesn't tamp down her emotions) felt the need to sound off about his behavior.
“It’s crazy how he’s acting. It’s so f--ked up!” Khloe remarked while complaining to her sisters about the situation.
“Rob is going to be a dad, and he has a family to answer to,” a slightly more chill Kim commented.
“He has to deal with his problems, he just can’t run away and ignore them.”
Of course, the episode was filmed months ago, but it doesn't look like Rob and Blac's relationship has stabilized.
In fact, things have gotten worse in recent weeks, thanks to rumors that Blac cheated on Rob with Pilot Jones.
Clearly, Rob is still coping with some pretty serious emotional issues, and while he seems to believe marriage and fatherhood may offer answers, that's not quite how things work in real life.
The formula goes:
Sort out your mental health issues, then take on way more responsibility.
Sadly, Rob is currently reminding us how messy things can get when you do it the other way around.