Rob Kardashian felt ''terrible'' about ruining the surprise baby shower his family had arranged for him and admitted he needed to stop his personal problems affecting his thinking on other matters.
Rob Kardashian felt ''terrible'' about ruining his own baby shower.
The 'Rob & Chyna' star sparked family drama in September when he decided to shun a celebration his siblings had organised for him as he mistakenly believed his fiancee Blac Chyna - who gave birth to their daughter Dream earlier this month - wasn't invited, and even tweeted his youngest half-sister, Kylie Jenner's phone number in revenge.
But he didn't realise Chyna had spoken to his family and suggested they had a celebration just for him, prompting him to send a huge bouquet of balloons by way of an apology to his mother Kris Jenner a few days later.
And when asked about his overreaction in scenes which aired on 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' on Sunday (20.11.16) night, he said: ''Pretty much it was a misunderstanding and I thought you guys were trying to be shady and only surprise me and not include her, so I took it offensively and obviously didn't show up.
''I wanted it to be about both of us...it should be about the woman that's birthing the baby just as much...it's both of us..
''I just took it the wrong way, it's my bad and it's all good and I love you guys and thank you for this.
''Of course I feel terrible that the shower that they planned for me got ruined. Sometimes when Chyna and I aren't doing so well I let it get the best of me and I need to work on that. I'm super excited to be having this baby, it's something that I've always wanted.''
Earlier in the episode, after Rob called Kim Kardashian West to tell her he wouldn't be at the baby shower, the 36-year-old beauty - who has children North, three, and Saint, 11 months, with husband Kanye West - insisted she had ''had it'' with ''tip toeing'' around her 29-year-old brother.
She fumed: ''I mean this is crazy, Rob is accusing us of not being supportive of him and Chyna and all we're doing is trying to be supportive.
''And we're trying to just do whatever he wants. We thought he wanted a shower with her, then we thought he didn't want the shower with her, so we tried to do it for him and then he gets mad and doesn't show up.''
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