Rob Kardashian Shares Adorable Picture Of Dream Amid Reports That His Sisters Do Not Want Him To Get Back With Blac Chyna
Proud dad Rob Kardashian is beaming with joy over his baby girl, Dream, who is growing up very fast.
Over the weekend, the sock designer took to Twitter where he shared yet another adorable picture of his daughter whom she shares with his former girlfriend, Blac Chyna.
In this latest snapshot, Dream, who will be celebrating her second birthday this month, is enjoying a drink as she flashes her pretty eyelashes and eyebrows.
One fan said: "I hate that entire family, but she's actually cute!! What a cute little pie !! omg those lashes! And those eyebrows are gonna be perfect for shaping when she grows up. She's the cutest of them all. Baby girl, please don't grow up like your mama !"
Another commenter shared: "The real question is Blac Chyna even her mom, she cute but damn. Were they filming or something ?? Why her shirt covered up with a band-aid? They usually do that during filming if the brand is showing."
This person revealed: "I swear this the only baby that is cute and pretty than all her other cousins are so not the business. She looks strong as hell. Look at her muscles. So beautiful, great job dad. Guess Kris Jenner didn’t authorize to use of any of Blac Chyna’s genes in the creation of this child."
This supporter claimed: "Those eyes and lashes! She’s got all of those other babies beat! You mean to tell me no negative comments can't believe y'all can be positive for once."
Blac Chyna recently said that she would get back with Rob, but a source close to him said his sisters are against and added: “Rob’s sisters will be beyond furious if he gets back together with Chyna. They may even disown him if he does, that’s how strongly they’re against this. They saw how much she damaged him last time and they can’t bear the thought of him going through that again, the toll it takes on him, and the whole family is so heartbreaking.”
Rob had a nasty blowout with Chyna on social media that resulted in lawsuits and violent exchanges.