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Rob Kardashian: Reality TV Ruined My Family (VIDEO)

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Could season 10 of Keeping Up With the Kardashians be the last? Considering all the rumors about many members of the famous family wanting out, it just might be. The latest gossip concerns Kendall Jenner and Rob Kardashian, who both reportedly want out, with Rob felling the show has ruined their family!

According to the Daily Mirror UK (so not exactly the most reliable source), Kendall wants to pull out of the show once her contract is up so she can concentrate on her modeling career. Though they say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, her agent reportedly told her that involvement with the show might hinder her career growth.

It turns out Kendall’s not the only person in the family who wants out. Rob Kardashian has been showing up less frequently on the E! show and bailed on the family’s trip to Thailand (the first part of which aired Sunday night). The reason for his reduced screen time may be his increasingly negative feelings about the show, which sources say he blames for destroying their once tight-knit family.

Honestly, after all the bickering we witnessed on the first hour of their family trip to Phuket, he may be onto something. It seems Bruce and Kris Jenner not only have separate houses, but completely separate ideas of what makes for an enjoyable vacation.

It’s no surprise then to hear whispers that Bruce wants to bail, as well. The entire family is committed to a tenth season, but given a good percentage of the family is rumored to be totally over it, perhaps it’s time to call it a day.

What do you think? Is it time to end the show, or can it go on without these three?

Source: Daily Mirror UK


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