Rob Kardashian is back, folks.
After several months of self-imposed exile, Rob has reappeared on social media, and it seems things are going as well as can be expected, considering what a train wreck Rob's life was last we checked.
To recap: following a seriously ugly breakup, Rob posted nude photos of Blac Chyna on Instagram.
When that got shut down for very good reason, he moved his revenge porn tirade to Twitter.
The only reason Rob isn't commiserating with Harvey Weinstein right now on the island of predatory pervs is that his revolting actions were carried out before the start of the #MeToo movement.
Yes, Rob lucked out again, proving once and for all that he's the living embodiment of privilege.
We'd say he still has a career, but Rob never really had a career to begin with (unless you count those three weeks where he tried to be a sock mogul, which we most certainly do not).
Anyway, Rob is doing something of a tentative apology tour these days, dipping his toe back into the social media celebrity pond and seeing what sort of response he gets.
Amazingly, he's being greeted with open arms because, well ... see our earlier comment about "the living embodiment of privilege."
Last week, Rob posted a troubling tweet, and while many celebs would have been encouraged to seek help, he was encouraged to share the details of his troubles with his millions of followers.
This week, Rob is playing the cute kid card with a photo of his daughter, Dream, hugging her cousin North.
Now bear in mind, we're not dismissing the power of the cute kid card.
Dream and North are, in fact, adorable children, and thus, the pics that Rob posted received the expected response.
"Awwww GOOD Morning cousin love North & Dream," he captioned the photo.
We're not saying this a calculated move on Rob's part as he attempts to slowly work his way back into the spotlight, but ...
... Actually, we sort of are saying that.
The man is Kris Jenner's son.
He doesn't move his bowels without thinking about how it might affect his brand.
But anyway - cute kids in that family. Now keep 'em away from Rob, Kris, and all forms of social media.