Blac Chyna claimed that one of the main reasons why her Keeping Up with the Kardashians spin off show with her baby daddy, Rob Kardashian, was canceled was racism! As fans know, the appropriately titled ‘Rob and Chyna’ series ended after only one season amid their relationship also getting increasingly rocky and eventually ending.
In response to Rob’s ex making these claims, the Kardashians clapped back, denying race had anything to do with the network’s decision to cancel the KUWK spin off.
It’s no secret that ever since that happened in October of 2017, Chyna and the large reality TV family have been caught in a huge legal battle.
‘Rob and Chyna’ premiered in September of 2016 and ended after one season because the couple split that same year.
That being said, Kardashians lawyer Marty Singer shared a statement via HollywoodLife that reads: ‘This is a two year old lawsuit in which Chyna’s changed her defense more times than we can count. Sadly, unsurprisingly to anyone, she’s stooped to a new low, changing her defense to try and leverage the emotions and the pain of the moment, insulting the pain and the suffering of real victims of racial injustice and systemic racism. We take these allegations really seriously and once again, there is no Rob and Chyna show if there’s no Rob and Chyna.’
The exes, who share a 3 year old daughter named Dream, have been at war for years.
They both have accused each other of many serious things, including physical aggression and being an unfit parent!
Court documents HollywoodLife obtained, however, prove that Rob eventually admitted that Blac Chyna was not physically aggressive towards him despite previously claiming she tried to strangle him with a phone charging cord and even pointed a gun at him amid a particularly explosive fight.