Rob Kardashian And Blac Chyna Might Be Together Again

June 20, 2017 / Posted by:

Almost four months ago, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian tried to keep people interested in their ongoing drama by getting into a messy custody fight over their 7-month-old daughter Dream. A month later they briefly got together. No one really cared that much. A month after that, sources told E! News that they were trying to get along and co-parent for the sake of Dream. The world shrugged. Now a month later, they’re trying to get people to pay attention to them again by getting back together.

Chyna and Rob’s attention-based relationship is reportedly back on and the two spent Father’s Day (or as Rob calls it “Oh yeah, I’m somebody’s father“) at Disneyland together. According to TMZ, their trip to the happiest place on Earth wasn’t an isolated incident. TMZ says that Rob showed up at Chyna’s house last week, and he hasn’t left. Chyna and Rob’s rekindled romance includes going on hikes, having BBQs with friends and family, and a pool party. Chyna went all out for Father’s Day, getting Rob a Louis Vuitton bag, sneakers, and blue and white roses with Rs on them. TMZ’s source claims that this recent development has nothing to do with the allegedly-not-happening second season of Rob & Chyna. Okay, sure.

Someone (a worried about her cut Kris Jenner) must have finally realized that it’s much better for their collective bank accounts for Chyna and Rob to be together. Getting paid to advertise Lyft discount codes and leg wax on Instagram must only be so lucrative.

Pic: Instagram

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