She’s clapping all the way back. Blac Chyna and her ex-fiancé, Rob Kardashian, hit another bump in the road as they continue to coparent their daughter, Dream Kardashian. Chyna, 31, took to Instagram on Saturday, June 15, to hit back at Rob, 32, after his lawyer sent a letter refusing to allow their 2-year-old to appear in scenes in her new show, The Real Blac Chyna.
“As executive producer of my show, it is very unfortunate that Rob could not simply have an adult conversation with me, ‘the mother of his child,’ [about] Dream Kardashian appearing on my show,” she wrote in a statement posted to Instagram. “Had Rob contacted me directly rather than through his attorney Marty Singer, Rob would have learned about Dream’s participation in the show.”
She went on to address some of Rob’s concerns about his daughter participating in filming the show, which included “long hours” on set and Dream being exposed to the drama and fighting between Chyna and her mother, which was teased in a trailer clip for the upcoming show.
“The very real and intense drama that happened between my mother and I during the filming of The Real Blac Chyna took place outside of the presence of my daughter,” Chyna explained. “I would never allow my daughter to be present as me and my mom tried to work through our many issues to reach peace in our relationship.”
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— ROBERT KARDASHIAN (@robkardashian) May 15, 2019
The former video vixen went on to explain that if Rob had just reached out to her to have a conversation, she would have been able to ease his concerns. She said she also would have been able to explain that since she is executive producer of the show, she would have full control over what footage and scenes actually make it onto the show.
“However I would also have pointed out to Rob the hypocrisy of his family’s insistence that Dream appear on Keeping Up With the Kardashians in the family’s desperate attempt to boost the dismal ratings for their stale and contrived show without my approval — including an entire scene being Dream’s birthday party, again, without my consent,” Chyna continued. “My show is about my life and my kids are a huge part of my life. It’s really sad that everything I do to better myself or my family, the same people have something to say to stop or hinder it.”
The Real Blac Chyna is set to premiere Summer 2019 on Zeus.
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