Rob Kardashian Jr. has a net worth of $10 million and is an American reality television star and talent manager. Rob Kardashian is well known for being a Kardashian family member. He’s created a reputation for himself as a model and talent manager in addition to being one of the stars of the smash reality shows Keeping Up With The Kardashians and Khloe & Lamar.
Rob Kardashian Jr. was born on March 17, 1987, in Los Angeles, to Robert Kardashian (from whence he got his famous name) and Kris Houghton Kardashian Jenner. Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney are his sisters. Kyle and Kendall are his half-sisters. In 1991, his parents split, and in the same year, his mother married Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner. His father died of throat cancer in September 2003. Rob Jr. earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business in 2009.
Rob Jr. has been a part of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, an E! reality show about his and his family’s lives, since 2007. In March 2020, the 18th season premiere.
Kardashian has worked with PerfectSkin, Rival Spot, the BG5, and more recently, Arthur George, his own sock line, as well as designing a men’s collection with Scott Disick for the Kardashian Kollection, which is sold at Sears. Kardashian was instrumental in the establishment and success of the pop group BG5 as a talent agent. His mother Kris used to manage the group, and they’ve been on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. In 2012, Kardashian was one of the final Miss USA judges. In 2012, Kardashian also appeared on Fox’s The Choice, a dating game show.
Rob & Chyna, a reality show spin-off, premiered in September 2016. It followed model Blac Chyna’s relationship with Rob Jr. as they prepared to have their first child. The show lasted six hours and included a special on the birth of their child, and it ended in December of that year.
During the 13th season of the renowned TV game show Dancing with the Stars, Rob Kardashian made an appearance. He was paired with Cheryl Burke and advanced further in the competition than his sister Kim Kardashian did during her season seven debut. In the fourth week, Kardashian was on the verge of being eliminated, but she ended up becoming the most improved dancer and advancing to the finals with Burke. Second place went to Cheryl and Rob.
Rob is paid a guaranteed minimum of $1 million per year on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, according to his contract. He took a step back in 2018 and instead accepted $50,000 for every episode in which he really appeared. Rob’s monthly income decreased from $100,000 on average to less than $10,000 after stepping back, according to docs filed in his custody dispute with Blac Chyna. As a result, in November 2018, he filed procedures to have his $20,000 monthly spousal support payments reduced or possibly reversed, despite the fact that Blac Chyna was earning $60,000 per month.
Rob and his family make the majority of their money from high-profile endorsements for brands such as Coca-Cola. They each paid between $75,000 and $300,000 for each social media endorsement on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
He had a famous breakup with his girlfriend Adrienne Bailon in 2011. Keeping Up with the Kardashians recorded their romance. Later, he revealed that the breakup was caused by his own adultery in the relationship. In October 2012, Rob stated on Twitter that he and Rita Ora were dating. However, in December 2012, it was reported that they had already broken up.
Rob began dating model Blac Chyna in January 2016. Three months later, they were engaged, and a month after, they announced they were expecting their first child. Dream Renee Kardashian, their daughter, was born in November 2016. The couple announced their breakup on social media a month later. Kardashian accused Chyna of cheating on him in a series of vulgar Instagram postings (now deleted) in July 2017. Rob Jr. also tweeted sexually explicit images of Chyna, prompting her to seek a temporary restraining order against him.