Blac Chyna's mum: 'Raise your baby without Rob Kardashian'
Blac Chyna’s mother has advised the reality star fiancee of Rob Kardashian to raise her baby as "a single mom".
The couple began dating at the beginning of this year (16) and were engaged by April (16). They’re due to welcome their first baby together in November (16) but their excitement has been marred by a string of arguments, some of which have been shown in their new E! reality show.
After a row broke out at the beginning of Sunday’s episode (09Oct16) of their TV show Rob & Chyna which appeared to stem from Chyna spilling fries in her fiance’s car, the couple exchanged a bitter war of words, with Chyna blasting Rob: "Everyone knows you’re a psychopath, and you have a chemical imbalance."
The sock designer soon disappeared from the cameras, after which his wife-to-be spoke to her mum Toyko Toni about their relationship.
"Life is about finding yourself, he hasn't found himself," Tokyo explained. "Why did you get pregnant? What did you do that for? Why even do it?"
When Chyna answered she got pregnant because she wanted another baby at the time, her mum advised her daughter against living with Rob and added that her daughter should stop talking about his issues.
Chyna is already a mother to three-year-old son King Cairo, whose father is Tyga, the boyfriend of Rob’s half-sister Kylie Jenner.
"You just need to go ahead and be a single mom again, it's just simple as that," Tokyo advised. "You gotta believe you know that you gonna be alright. Have your baby, be happy, that's my advice."
The former stripper also sought support from her friend Paige and Rob’s sister Kim during the show, revealing her worries about their “yo-yo” romance and how it would affect their unborn child.
Rob’s mother Kris Jenner ended up stepping in to plead with her son after he blocked hers and his sisters' numbers, telling him it causes her “pain”.
“The more you pull away, the harder and more painful it is for me,” Kris sobbed upon his return, discovering he had been in Las Vegas.
- Cover Media