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Rob Kardashian hints at drastic weight loss after making a statement in his recent throwback snap

May 09, 2018
08:11 A.M.
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Did the only boy in the Kardashian siblings recently lose weight? He certainly had fans guessing after he shared a throwback photo on his Instagram.

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Rob Kardashian shared a photo of himself from 2016, which may look like an ordinary post but it was his caption that caught people’s attention. AmoMama has more details on this from Daily Mail.

The 31-year-old wrote in the caption:

“I don’t look like this anymore. (laugh emoji) #thetransformationiscoming #staytuned #nosurgery #putinwork”

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His hashtags were quite intriguing and had people guessing as to what exactly he meant. The photo was taken when he was still engaged to Blac Chyna, the mother of his daughter Dream.

The post came a day after his brother-in-law, Kim Kardashian’s husband, Kanye West acknowledged that he had liposuction because he didn’t want to get “fat” like Rob.

Rob’s last photo of his current self on Instagram was back on March 17 where he was celebrating his birthday and holding Dream. He seemed to be a bit thinner. After which, most of his photos were of his baby girl, sisters, and throwback snaps.

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While fans were curious about his post, most of them were happy about it. One fan said that she couldn’t wait to see how he looked now and another said, “Knew you could do it!!!! So happy for you!!!!”

The reclusive Kardashian revealed in 2016 that he weighed 248 lbs but was hoping he would get down to between 200 and 210lbs. In an earlier episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, he admitted that he struggled after packing on 100lbs. Prior to that, he was a dashing man with a slender phsyique. 

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A source told People in October 2017 that Rob is “addicted to junk food.”

“He is now working with a nutritionist to make healthier choices. Rob needs someone to be held accountable to. Someone that he sees on a regular basis and that won’t accept bad food decisions. His family is hoping he will finally change.”

He was diagnosed with diabetes in December 2016 and was even rushed to the hospital where he stayed and was monitored closely by doctors. 

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