Twitter Thinks Rob And Chyna's Breakup Drama Is Just Promotion For Their Show
You can't bullshit a bullshitter, and we Kardashian fans are Class A bullshitters.
We live for bullshit. We eat, sleep, breathe, watch, follow, ship and constantly consume bullshit 24/7. We're bullshit connoisseurs.
Our skin, hair, eyeballs and brains are made of bullshit. Imagine a bull, then imagine it shitting and finally imagine that shit had its own Twitter or, say, a writing job at Elite Daily. Got it? We cannot be taken for a ride.
For those of you with lives who aren't up to date on Rob and Chy's latest, her Instagram was hacked on Saturday.
The hacker posted since-deleted text conversations between Chyna and stars like Jayden Smith and Young Thug, though none of the chats proved she'd been unfaithful as the hacker insinuated.
One particularly juicy convo between the 28-year-old and her BFF Treasure showed Chy calling her fiancé, “lazy, fat and insecure” and claiming she'd “give rob 1 year to get it together or [she's] gone.”
Rob told followers,
So, I get home and Chyna took the baby, took the whole nursery we built… and she just left me alone and took the baby… We also built a room for King, but she took everything for King's room as well.
Throughout this ordeal, the family has continued to publicize Rob and Chyna's baby special, airing Sunday night. And Blac Chyna's mom, Tokyo Toni, maintained the couple “will still be together.”
One post on Chy's new, un-hacked IG even insisted “everything would be explained after the show tonight.”
Fans aren't buying into the sudden, well-timed drama.
Some suspect Kardashian momager and scammer supreme Kris Jenner is behind it all.
Others hinge the overwhelming falseness of the events by the vacuum marks on the carpet.
In the event Chyna really left Rob alone for the holidays, our hearts go out to him, but this drama reeks of klassic Kardashian publicity scheming.
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