Blac Chyna Was Seen “Cozying Up” To Someone Who Wasn’t Rob Kardashian

February 7, 2017 / Posted by:

Hopefully Blac Chyna wasn’t cozied up too close. There aren’t enough Tide Pods on this earth to remove the makeup stain that would be left after making contact with her face.

Page Six says that Blac Chyna was seen “cozying up” to a guy at a Super Bowl viewing party at a private theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. The guy was not Rob Kardashian. A source claims that they were acting like a couple, and that at one point in the evening, Chyna’s new man had his hand in her lap.

This could mean one of two things. Either Chyna’s still taking a break from Rob, or it was just another scripted moment for the second season of Rob & Chyna. Page Six’s source points to the first one. They claim that Chyna was overheard talking about her relationship with Rob at the party, saying that she’s talking to him, but they’re not living together. That sounds like they’re broken up. The weird thing is that Rob wished Chyna a happy 1-year anniversary just a week ago on Instagram. So who even knows what the hell is happening there. I’m sure if I tune in to E! I’ll eventually find out.

Blac Chyna was also allegedly heard telling people at the party that she was “faded“. There is a chance she wasn’t deliberately cheating. Maybe she was just super drunk and saw a dude with dark hair who smelled like cheeseburgers and she thought it was Rob. And even if that’s not the case, I don’t blame her for her actions. If someone asked me to leave my house to watch four boring hours of football, the first thing I’d do is get faded too.


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