AceShowbiz - Rob Kardashian has apparently got used to flexing, just a few days after he made his Instagram return. The younger brother of the Kardashian sisters has taken to the photo-sharing platform to show off his brand new luxury vehicle after sharing his rare pictures for the first time in months.
On Wednesday, July 1, the sock designer posted three different snaps of his newly-purchased Rolls Royce SUV. In two of the images, the gray vehicle, which is estimated at $350,000, had its doors opened without anyone inside.
The car appears to loaded with upgrades and custom wheels as he tagged the owners of Platinum Motorsports in one of the posts. "Thank you my Brothers," the 33-year-old wrote. The company is a high-end car dealership and car custom shop in Los Angeles and has a long-standing relationship with the Kardashian family.
"Keys open doors,,, keys keys open doors," he captioned another picture, which shows the car's all-black leather interior. "Outside, let it rain," he wrote in the caption of another photo showing the car with its doors closed.
Rob, who had been keeping a low profile since his split from Blac Chyna in 2017, made his social media comeback after attending his sister Khloe Kardashian's 36th birthday party. The former "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star shared his photos from the June 27 bash.
He appeared to have gained more confidence after major weight loss. "Sweet 16 woo," so he captioned a photo featuring him with sister Kourtney Kardashian. He also mingled with Kourtney's ex-partner Scott Disick and posed with Khloe's baby daddy Tristan Thompson as well as another male pal in two other photos.
According to PEOPLE's source, Rob, who has struggled with depression, weight gain and type 2 diabetes in recent years, "is doing well. He takes care of himself, works out and eats better" now. "For a long time, he was unhappy and embarrassed about the way he looked," the source gushed about his positive change, adding, "He knows he looks better. He is comfortable enough to be photographed. He wants people to know that he is doing well."