Rob Kardashian really wants to move on, source claims
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have had a rollercoaster few years, following their split back in 2017. And it seems as though the pair – who share daughter Dream together – no longer speak personally, after the drama.
It has been claimed the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star wants to move on from their failed relationship, and just wants to concentrate on his little one.
‘His biggest joy is being a dad to Dream,’ an insider revealed. ‘The whole family just adores her.
‘When it comes to Chyna, he really wants to move on. They don’t have a relationship and deal with Dream through an intermediary.’
Rob is reportedly desperate to stay out of the limelight, in a bid to spend more time with Dream – and also to work on his health issues.
The 31-year-old is also adamant he doesn’t want any of this playing out on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, after his show with Chyna was cancelled. ‘He’s still seeing his family and spending time with his sisters and mum, but he doesn’t like the social situations or being on camera right now,’ the source added to People.
The news comes after Rob and Chyna were locked in a bitter legal battle over how much the sock entrepreneur contributes financially to their daughter.
Rob previously insisted he couldn’t keep up with the $20,000 (£15.5k) he currently provides. Chyna – real name Angela White – was left unhappy by this, and blasted her ex for ‘not providing their daughter with the luxury life she deserves’.
But the Arthur George businessman isn’t the only member of the famous family the mum-of-two is upset with, as she is also having her day in court against the Kardashians, over the cancellation of her TV show with her ex, Rob & Chyna.
The 30-year-old accused the Kardashian-Jenner family of having their reality show axed, and trying to damage her career, after her relationship with Rob came to an end.
Judge Randolph M Hammock has now ‘ordered producers of the Rob & Chyna show and the E! Network to provide’ Chyna with documents and communications from between April and May 2016 that could provide information on the allegations Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian et al ‘interfered’ with season two of the show hitting the airwaves.