Blac Chyna takes a paternity test to 'shut down' rumours Rob Kardashian isn't the father
Blac Chyna has taken a paternity test to prove Rob Kardashian is the father of their child.
The 28-year-old model, who is expecting her first child with the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star and has four-year-old son King Cairo with her ex-boyfriend Tyga, has revealed on her show 'Rob & Chyna' she took the test to ensure Rob was the father of her child and to "shut down rumours" Blac is pregnant with another man's baby.
Speaking on the E! show, which was aired on Sunday (16.10.16), she said: "This might sound f***ed up but a part of me wants to take a paternity test.
"I know it's Rob's child, I've only been with Rob since we started dating. It's just to shut down rumors on the internet saying that it might be two other people."
Although the test has confirmed the 29-year-old television personality is the biological parent, Blac still doubts whether she wants to remain in a relationship with him.
When asked by her friend Paige about her relationship, Blac explained: "Honestly Paige like I've done everything that you possibly could do. I offered to go to therapy with him, he said he doesn't want to do that. I don't even know if I want to stay with Rob.
"I don't know if I want to do this no more with him. This pregnancy ... I thought it would be different. I really literally would have to change everything about myself or he's going to have to change, and I feel like at this rate, Rob ain't changing and I don't have time."
And Rob's sister Kim Kardashian West has urged Rob to change his ways so he doesn't become a "deadbeat dad and the biggest loser".
She explained: "When the baby comes, you're going to have a responsibility that you can't deny, like there's nothing you can do, unless you want to be a deadbeat dad and the biggest loser on the planet.
"I pray to God that the second this baby comes that you're happy."
However Rob is adamant the newborn will reunite him and Blac.
He said: "Of course, I'm going to be happy if she's happy, I'm happy. I think the baby's going to bring us together in a really good way."