If you've been keeping up to date with the feud between the two lovers, you know a lot of controversial things happened that put a short-lived tear in their relationship.
An inside source told US Weekly how Rob allegedly called his fiancée to say sorry after the weekend-long debacle.
Apparently, the unidentified source said,
He apologized to her on the phone. She was just sick of him and his behavior. She had it with his insecurities and jealousy.
It's been reported the Kardashian son has battled issues with depression, and his baby mama was fed with up it.
The source continued,
She walked out when she couldn't take it anymore, but it was the heat of the moment. [...] [They both] say mean things [and it] blows up into these fights. She just couldn't deal with his moodiness anymore. She just had to get away from it.
Although the split may have seemed "short lived," a difference source begs to differ and claims the fight lasted a while. In fact, it was so serious there was allegedly a moving truck involved.
After confirming the "fight is over," the second source said,
This was several hours. This is the nature of their relationship, though.
Well, I guess we're going to have to buckle down and prepare ourselves for a second season of "Rob & Chyna" to see the undeniable drama and chaos in (and out) of the household.
Oh, wait -- in case you missed out on this weekend's drama, I'll give you the Sparknotes version so you're all up to date when someone asks you what's going on with Rob and Chyna (because everyone talks about them on the reg, right?).
On Saturday, the world came crumbling down when Blac Chyna's Instagram account was hacked. She let everyone know on Snapchat that'd she had started a new account, and that everything was going to be fine and dandy.
Shortly after, an emotional Rob told his followers in a series of Snapchats that Chyna had fled their household and took their beloved Dream with her.
Then, the argument came full circle when Rob posted an apology on Instagram.
And now, they can all live happily ever after, apparently. The end.
Citations: US Weekly