Rob and Blac Chyna: Here's everything that happened last night


Cape Town – Just when we thought things between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna had settled and were amicable, the sock designer blew up on social media accusing his former fiancée of cheating and using drugs.

Rob took to Instagram on Wednesday in an explicit rant, accusing the mother of his 7-month-old daughter of cheating with numerous men, using drugs including cocaine and having major cosmetic surgery after the birth of Dream, among other things.

SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE

The 30-year-old exposed his ex-fiancée through a series of posts including videos of Chyna with another man, as well as notes saying: “She had sex with 3 guys in 3 days in the same bed under the roof I pay for with my daughter there.”

According to reports Rob went as far as sharing naked images of Chyna he claims she sent him while sleeping with other people.


DRUG AND ALCHOHOL ABUSE

Rob claims Chyna repeatedly abused drugs and alcohol at his expense. In his notes he claims she asked him to pay for a “party pack” which includes “cocaine, molly and X” and that he has all the receipts for her drug and alcohol purchases.


$100K COSMETIC SURGERY

Another post shared by Rob alleges the 29-year-old had major plastic surgery done shortly after the birth of their daughter.

Alongside a video of Blac Chyna sitting in a hospital bed wishing Rob a happy anniversary, Rob claimed: “On our anniversary I paid 100K to do this surgery to get all everything fixed as much as they could. And then guess what she did after she was all healed when I was by her side the entire time. She left me and my baby.”

Rob added in his rant that he has paid for everything including Chyna’s rent and gifts worth $250k.

BABY DREAM’S BIRTH

Rob went on to accuse Chyna of using him to get back at her ex Tyga, who she has 4-year-old son King Cairo with and who dated Rob’s halfsister Kylie Jenner.

In his notes he claims Chyna had Dream “out of spite” and that as soon as Dream was born and her cosmetic surgery had been paid for she “was out.”


FROM INSTAGRAM TO TWITTER

Rob’s Instagram rant turned ugly when he went on to share explicit images of Chyna, prompting Instagram to remove his account all together.

According to AP Instagram released a statement saying: “We value maintaining a safe and supportive space for our community and we work to remove reported content that violates our guidelines.”

But that didn’t stop him.

Rob proceeded to Twitter saying: “Since Instagram shut me down everyone peep my twitter lol.” He then continued to tweet the same accusations against Chyna.


BLAC CHYNA’S RESPONSE

Blac Chyna responded to Rob’s explicit rant with a series of now deleted Snapchat pictures and vidoes. According to E! News Chyna wrote: “Rob fall back.”

In another she wrote: “Robert fuck so many bitches I can’t even count.” She added: “Rob leave me the fuck alone.”


E! went on to report Chyna also shared two videos in which she shows off diamond encrusted jewellery to Drake's song, Cameras. Before the jewellery videos Blac Chyna reportedly shared a snap that said Rob “put a hand” on her.


TI’S INVOLVEMENT

In the comment section of one of Rob's now removed Instagram posts, TI reportedly criticised Rob for dragging and exposing Chyna saying he should keep his dirty laundry to himself and comparing him to a duck.

Rob then hit back alleging that the Live Your Life hitmaker paid Chyna for a threesome with him and his estranged wife, Tiny.

WHAT DOES THE LAW SAY?

According to TMZ, there is a law in California that states a person who distributes images of another with the intention of causing emotional distress is punishable by up to 6 months in jail. The gossip website went on to report that it is very likely that Rob will not be prosecuted for his revenge porn against Chyna as she liked all the pics on Instagram. 

NO COMMENT

Reps for all parties involved have not yet responded to request for comment on the reports.

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