Rob Kardashian is under criminal investigation for allegedly sending texts with physical threats.
The alleged target of the 'racist, homophobic' texts was Pilot Jones, who TMZ spotted leaving the LAPD on Friday.
In a video shared by the site, Pilot condemned Rob's language in the alleged texts, sharing: 'No one should ever feel bad about being who they are, or gay bashed, or belittled, or use derogatory language towards. It's not right.'
He continued: 'We're all human. No one is better than anyone else, so we all have to really do our part to... be there for one another and be together and stand together.'
Pilot was joined by celebrity life coach Dr. Dionna Hancock-Johnson in the video, during which he was hesitant to mention Rob, speaking in generalities about bullying.
He said he was afraid for his personal safety, insisting that you have to 'take anything that anyone says seriously.'However, when asked if he wanted Rob to go to jail, he insisted that he did not, explaining: 'Unfortunately a situation kind of got blown out of proportion, and it's just not a good situation. I never want to ever do something like this.'
He was also hesitant to call Rob a racist, though he did say: 'It's 2016 and to use those types of derogatory terms, I think is very hateful... to be honest, it's very disappointing.'
But Pilot didn't seem ready to forgive and forget, even if Rob would be willing to give him an apology.
'We have to cross that bridge kinda when we get there,' he said, just before the video ended.
The issues started after Pilot reportedly sold pictures that showed him making out with Chyna and insinuated that he might be the father of her unborn baby - for which she is due November 16.
In the texts, that were reportedly passed on to the LAPD from Pilot, Rob refers to him as a 'f****t', a 'b**ch', a 'p*ssy' and a 'n*gga.'
He accused him of doing the 'most disrespectful sh*t' ever coming after a pregnant woman 17 days from having a baby.
He also threatened to have Pilot beaten up by every Mexican in LA, 'including me,' while referring to Chyna as his 'wife' throughout.
Radar Online - the first to publish the pictures - had reported that Jones wanted a paternity test to prove the baby wasn't his.
Meanwhile, Chyna reacted furiously to the accusations as well, posting pictures of the negative headlines, texts, and paternity test results.