Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have called it quits. And the reality show star is really in his feelings about the whole situation. Luckily, he has the big homie Game if he needs a shoulder to cry on.

Rob has been pouring out his soul on social media about the breakup. He posted a video about the split on Instagram, adding the caption, "I have never been this heartbroken in my life. I don't mind being so open or if anyone thinks I'm being weak but I don't play when it comes to Family and Chyna was my Family and thought we were getting married. I treated her as a Queen. My baby girl is 1 month old and Chyna took her and left this beautiful home that I just bought for us. Right before Christmas."

In another sad video, he shows off a mostly empty room, claiming Chyna left and took the things in it (below).

Game offered his condolences in the comment section. "Wow! I'm truly sorry bro," the rapper started. "This is really fucking sad because I know your heart and I was actually genuinely happy for you having your 1st child. We used to talk about you being a dad one day & here it is..& you have to put [sic] thru this. I'm truly sorry for what you are going through. I'm here."

The Compton MC might be feeling slightly guilty. Back in September, he named dropped Chyna on his now infamous Meek Mill diss "92 Bars," which reportedly caused a rift between the couple.

On the track, which is off his project 1992, Game raps, “Blac Chyna head bomb, Al-Qaeda.” According to sources close to TMZ, the couple, who were expecting their first child at the time, had a blowup argument because Rob wasn’t aware that Game had smashed in the past. Rob reportedly felt some type of way because Chuck was so close to the Kardashian family, and he had to find out in a song instead of hearing it from Chyna.

A few days later, Rob expressed worry that the former exotic dancer would leave him for a rapper. Now this.

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