Kris Jenner and her famous daughters are seriously concerned about Rob Kardashian’s welfare after the sock designer gained back a considerable amount of weight, and supposedly split from his pregnant fiancée Blac Chyna. A new report claims the Kardashian clan fears for Rob’s life, and is praying that he “snaps out of it.”

A source close to the family told TMZ that Rob is “slipping back into a dark place.” Supposedly, the 29-year-old moved back into his own home almost two months ago after splitting from Chyna. The outlet reports that the “Rob & Chyna” star rarely leaves his home and has gained back 50 pounds, pushing his weight to nearly 300 pounds. Because of Rob’s recent weight gain, TMZ reported that he’s lost his motivation to get in shape and everyone is worried his diabetes may be out of control. Rob was hospitalized earlier this year because of his diabetes.

In addition, the news outlet said Rob has been a no-show for scheduled appearances to promote his and Chyna’s E! reality show and he skipped a baby shower his sisters threw for him a few days ago. Rob ranted about the baby shower on Twitter, clearly annoyed that his family didn’t invite Chyna to the event. The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star posted sister Kylie Jenner’s phone number on Twitter as a result, assuring fans that his account wasn’t hacked. He then added in another post: “Didn’t invite the Mother of my child to a baby shower you all were trying to throw for me !!? you all must have lost your damn minds.”

Even though it’s reported that Rob and Chyna are broken up, People magazine wrote Wednesday that the couple is still together but the relationship isn’t going well. “Rob and Chyna are not in a great place,” a source told the magazine. “They are always up and down, but they went through a very rough patch as recently as last week. They weren’t speaking, or even texting.” The source added: “It doesn’t bode well for their relationship, especially considering the baby is coming so soon. They’re not broken up, but it’s not a healthy relationship at all.”