Rob Kardashian is seeking treatment following a meltdown on social media over the weekend which saw him accuse fiancé Blac Chyna of taking his newborn baby away from him.
The E! star took to Instagram to share a snap of the couple hugging in seemingly happier times, captioning the image with a candid apology for his erratic behaviour.
“This weekend I was in an emotional bad place and did some things that embarrassed myself and my family,” he wrote.
“I apologize and I’m seeking help to deal with my flaws/issues/ Please pray for me and I’m sorry @blacchyna. You are a great mother to our child and I love you.”
Blac Chyna proceeded to repost the photo, tagging @robkardashian and penning a heart emoji.
Kardashian then continued the sentiment, posting a separate picture of the pair’s daughter Dream, and adding that the one-month old is his motivation to get his head right.
“I am going to get better for you Dream. You are my life and gave me a new start to being a better me. Love you,” the 29-year-old captioned the pic.
Kardashian’s emotional apology comes after the sock designer shared intimate details to social media of the couple’s biggest argument to date.
In a series of confronting posts on social media, Kardashian revealed that 28-year-old Chyna had packed up all her belongings and left with baby Dream.
“Chyna knew exactly what she was doing to get me. I can’t believe she did this to me,” Kardashian wrote alongside a video of the star wandering through the couples’ empty house. “And this isn’t for some ratings this is my real life so please understand I’m just being open right now. Cuz if it was for ratings I wouldn’t explain all this here. And with Chyna’s messages and her leaving with everything and the baby I am broken.”
It’s been reported the argument was triggered by Chyna’s Instagram allegedly being hacked on Saturday, exposing text messages between the model, her lawyer Jaden Smith and rapper Young Thug. In the messages, Chyna called Kardashian “lazy,” “fat” and “insecure,” and threatened to leave her fiancé after a year.
Chyna has since insisted that the messages aren’t real and were instead created by internet trolls. But many fans have accused the pair of faking their breakup in a publicity stunt to boost the ratings for their upcoming docuseries Rob & Chyna.