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Rob Kardashian 'happy' to be single

2012-12-19 20:24
 
Rob Kardashian Rita Ora
Los Angeles - Rob Kardashian is happy to be single.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star recently split from Rita Ora and launched a string of abusive messages thought to be aimed at her on Twitter, but Rob now insists he is happier than he has been in a long time.

Speaking to Ryan Seacrest on his radio show Kiis FM, he said: "I'm very, very single. I'm very, very happy. For the first time in a long time, so it's a good thing. Honestly, it's all about working out in the new year and businesses. This is just the beginning."

Messages not about Rita


While Rob, 25, claimed the messages - in which he claimed an ex girlfriend cheated on him with over 20 men while they were together - were not about Rita.

It was also reported that Rob so upset by their split, that he unfollowed Rita on Twitter and deleted photos of them together on photo-based social networking site Instagram.

"They'd only decided to go public with the romance a couple of months ago so as not to put any pressure on themselves but they've already split. Rob has now deleted everything on Twitter that reminds him of Rita," a source said.

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