Poor, poor Rob Kardashian. I'm almost starting to feel sorry for the guy, like I feel sorry for dogs with cones on their heads. It's, like, do they even know how silly and pathetic they look? Poor things. The latest news to come out of Rob's breakup with Rita Ora is that Rob wants us to believe he didn't do anything wrong by putting his ex on blast. He wants us to believe that he Respects women, and that he's a Faithful man, (capitalization is all his, by the way), and he's blaming the media for ruining Rita's reputation, taking no ownership, whatsoever.
I think Rob needs a lesson in what "Respecting women" means.
Pretty sure nowhere in the "Respecting women" handbook does it mention taking the low road and implying that your ex-girlfriend, a woman whom you supposedly loved for a period of time, is a "sloppy" lady who sleeps around.
And I'm pretty sure that blame-shifting after you've done such a thing isn't Respectful, either. Here's the thing. Rob allegedly claimed on Twitter, before deleting it, that it's:
Sad that the media created negativity for a young artist new to the game that is working so hard to make it. Never mentioned any names. I speak truth. I'm a very Real dude and everything I say I mean ... But never called anyone specific a whore and said any names. You all did.
You see that, guys? It's our fault for connecting a very huge and very obvious dotted line. Rob didn't do anything wrong! He wasn't even talking about Rita! Or was he? Who knows! He didn't name names. Guess he was just pontificating on Faithfulness, Respect, and Realness in general, and not in specifics.
You'd think that with five sisters, Rob would truly understand what it means to be a Real dude who Respects women. Evidently, he didn't pick anything up from growing up in a house full of estrogen ... save a taste for manicures and designer socks.
Proving once again that Khloe's got the brains in the family, she tweeted: "Rob be nice kiddddd."
Thank goodness for Khloe. At least someone in that family understands respect. Excuse me, Respect.
Do you think Rob's at fault?
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