Rob Kardashian just got out of a rocky relationship with Blac Chyna, the mother of his daughter Dream, but Scott Disick told People magazine he thinks Rob is doing surprisingly well.
On Saturday, Scott said Rob, who just turned 30, "is a positive person, so no matter where he's at, he always sounds pretty good, so I think he's doing good."
Disick also said that he sees Rob, who lives down the street from him, "a ton," and that the new dad seems "excited; he loves his daughter to death, so that can't be bad."
Although Chyna called off her engagement to Rob and may be about to engage in a custody battle over Dream with the Kardashian clan, she did attend his birthday party — and there was no outward sign of conflict.
Disick, who was appearing with his children Mason, 7, and Penelope, 4, at the Las Vegas opening of the Sugar Factory American Brasserie at the Fashion Show Mall, also said his main problem with "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" is that the show doesn't exactly keep up with the people on it.
"...You film things and they come out months later and then people speak to you as if it’s live. It is confusing and it’s tough because people really take it seriously. They really believe that they were there with you the day before. It’s a little frightening sometimes, but, honestly I don’t really watch the show just because I don’t want to relive things — good or bad."