Khloé Kardashian Rob Kardashian birthday
Khloé Kardashian skipped her brother Rob's birthday dinner. Pictured: Khloé at Allergan Kybella event in New York, on March 3, 2016. Getty Images

Rob Kardashian spent several days celebrating his 29th birthday. After going to Legoland in California with girlfriend, Blac Chyna, and her son King Cairo, the once-reclusive former reality star grabbed dinner at Nobu in Malibu with his family.

Based on several photos posted on Instagram and Snapchat, Rob was surrounded by almost his entire family, including sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner. His mom, Kris Jenner, was also spotted at the festivities, along with her boyfriend Corey Gamble. Kanye West, Scott Disick, North West and Penelope and Mason Disick were aslo seen in some of the photos.



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Missing from the group dinner were Khloé Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner. Chyna never made an appearance either. Ever since Rob and Chyna went public with their relationship in January, reports have surfaced claiming that the family was at odds over the romance. TMZ also reported that Khloé had kicked the sock designer out of her house when she found out.

So, did Khloé decide to skip the dinner because there’s still bad blood between her and Rob? Not quite. While the 31-year-old didn’t specifically address why she was a no-show, she did tweet that she’s been under the weather.

Khloé also gave her brother a sweet shoutout on Thursday, the day of his actual birthday, posting a throwback photo of them together. “Happy birthday to my ace @robkardashian!!! Forever my best friend! I love and adore you,” she captioned the image.

Even though not everyone showed up, an eyewitness told People magazine that the Kardashian-Jenner clan seemed to have a great night celebrating Rob. “There was no tension and everyone enjoyed themselves. They all sang 'Happy Birthday' and gave Rob a cake with a picture of his face. Rob looked and seemed very happy,” the eyewitness said.