Rob Kardashian Hints at Health Issue When Responding to Khloe's Offer to Be Sperm Donor

The Good American founder offers a solution to Malika Haqq's desire for another child, while Rob's reluctance sparks a discussion about sperm banks and society's expectations.

AceShowbiz - On an episode of "The Kardashians", Malika Haqq expressed her desire to have another child but voiced concerns about using a sperm bank. Khloe Kardashian, her longtime friend, offered a surprising solution: her younger brother, Rob Kardashian.

Malika and Rob had a brief fling years ago, and Rob is the father of daughter Dream Kardashian. However, Rob's initial reaction to Khloe's proposal was negative, prompting her to question his fertility.

Later in the episode, Malika and Khloe visit a sperm bank but find it uncomfortable. They then reach out to potential donors, including Scott Disick, who jokingly offered to fulfill Malika's wish.

Despite Rob's aversion to donating sperm, Khloe praised his involvement as a father to his daughter. She also discussed the challenges of having a child via surrogacy and her struggles with embracing her son, Tatum, after initially feeling detached during the pregnancy.

Despite his absence from the reality series, Rob appeared in a phone call to express his unwillingness to be a sperm donor for Malika. This has not deterred his sister, who has previously hinted at her support for a relationship between Rob and her best friend.

Khloe's initial suggestion was met with surprise, as Malika and Rob's past relationship was well-documented on previous seasons of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians". However, their maintained friendship suggests a potential openness to her proposal.

Khloe's experience highlights the societal expectations placed on women regarding family planning and the challenges faced by those seeking alternative paths to parenthood. Her discussion with Malika also brings to the forefront the importance of supportive relationships and the enduring bonds of family.

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