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Rob Kardashian follows Tyga on Instagram

Rob Kardashian follows Tyga on Instagram

Rob Kardashian has followed Tyga on Instagram.

The 29-year-old sock designer has had somewhat of a fraught relationship with the rapper - who is dating his half-sister Kylie Jenner - since he's struck up a romance with the 'Rack City' hitmaker's ex-fiancée Blac Chyna but it seems he's now buried the hatchet by befriending him online.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has removed every photograph he's ever posted on the site from his account - only follows 29 people but clearly feels the 26-year-old rapper should be part of that exclusive list.

It's thought Rob's sudden change of heart comes as he prepares to welcome his first child into the world with his lover Chyna - who he proposed to earlier this year following a few months of dating - because he wants no tension between his relatives when the little one finally arrives.

However, it's not surprising there was animosity between him and Tyga when he first started dating Chyna as the former pair have three-year-old son King Cairo together and haven't already met eye-to-eye when it comes to custody arrangements.

Meanwhile, Rob has admitted he was reluctant to discuss his new-found happiness with the rest of his family when he fell for Chyna because of the awkward circumstances.

He said recently: "I couldn't really feel comfortable about talking to any of my family members obviously about the situation. It was very, very complicated. But my happiness outweighed everything honestly at that point in my life."

Before finding love with Chyna, Rob had retreated from the spotlight as he battled depression and weight gain and believes the 28-year-old beauty has saved him.

He explained: "Sometimes your family can't get you out of the worst place that I was in. I needed an outsider to help me. I couldn't do it all myself. Chyna helped me through my rough time. I was uncomfortable in my skin, just trying to get over that uncomfortable feeling. She really helped me get past that [feeling of] being judged."