Rob Kardashian Shuts Down Blac Chyna’s Request For Dream To Appear On Her New Reality Show
Rob Kardashian is taking a stance against his daughter, Dream Kardashian being on reality television. He has shut down Blac Chyna's request to have their little girl appear on her new show.
The only Kardashian male does not want his child to follow in the footsteps of her famous aunts or grandma. He is making it clear to his baby mama, she can air her personal business on television, but Dream will never make an appearance on the show.
TMZ is reporting Kardashian had his legal eagle attorney, Marty Singer, send a letter giving his baby mama a stern message. The legal document indicates in no uncertain term that little Dream is not allowed to be on The Real Blac Chyna without Kardashian's permission. It also makes it clear, Kardashian has no intention of letting his baby girl become a reality TV fixture.
The celebrity website has obtained a copy of the threatening letter. In the document, the Lashed by Chyna founder sent her baby daddy an appearance release for Dream. Since the former couple decided to have 50/50 joint custody of the toddler, Kardashian must give his consent for the release to be valid.
Along with wanting to keep Dream away from the TV world, TMZ also reports that Kardashian feels there is too much drama in Blac Chyna's life. Most recently there was an explosive fight with Chyna and her former hairdresser that occurred in front of little Dream. Kardashian feels his ex's turbulent life will be even more heightened in front of cameras and doesn’t want his only child around it.
Rob Kardashian is not down for 2-year-old Dream to be on her mother, Blac Chyna's new reality TV show . Along with the spotlight exposure, the doting dad feels the long-hours, the show lights and of course, the drama are not the best environment for his baby girl.
A copy of the letter was also sent to the network airing Blac Chyna's show, with a clear threat should they decide to ignore Kardashian demands.
"Should The Zeus Network proceed with releasing any episodes of the Series or related materials containing Dream's likeness, it will be acting at its own peril and exposing itself to significant liability," reads the legal document.
Neither Kardashian nor Blac Chyna has commented on his denying Dream to be on her show. However, if past experience indicates anything, she is not going to be thrilled with her baby daddy. A new explosive custody battle could be heating up between the troubled parents.
Do you agree with Rob Kardashian's stance on Dream airing on Blac Chyna's reality TV show?