Blac Chyna is chatting with Rob Kardashian about their Dream daughter appearing on her new reality show.
A month after the founder of Lashed by Chyna embarked on an Instagram tirade accusing Kardashian of bringing a lawsuit to ban Dream from being on TV, she takes the high road. She declared a ceasefire to her daddy baby about it, because in the end, it's not worth it.
A source close to Dream's mom shared with Hollywood life that Blac Chyna passes from this battle.
"She was very, very upset when she received this legal letter from Rob, but after calming down, she calmed down, she is too angry at him for that. He accused his lawyer and gave Rob the benefit of the doubt because it was not worth it to fight, "said the anonymous source on his website.
the Real Blac Chyna should be available on the Zeus streaming service tomorrow, July 14th. Although, from now on, the fans will not see Dream two years, they will have a prominent place in the life of Blac Chyna in the new series of docu.
"She wants peace in her life and the best for her children, so she chose to rise above the situation as she often did with Rob. What matters most to her is her children, and for that reason, she wants everything going well for her and for Rob, that's her priority. Of course, if Rob comes and does what is right and lets Dream be on her show, that would be ideal, but she has no ulterior motives, she only wants a period of peace, "said Initiated to Hollywood life.
Blac Chyna has finished fighting with his dad Rob Kardashian. Although Dream briefly appeared on a few episodes of The amazing Kardashian family, Chyna will not force the question to have her daughter The real Blac Chyna.
The 31-year-old participated in Ru Paul's talk show at the end of June. She revealed that co-parenting with Kardashian and Tyga was going very well. As fans know, Tyga and Chyna share the son of King King Cairo, 6 years old. The little boy should appear in his new show.
Does anybody want to guess how long the peace treaty between Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian will last?