Kylie Jenner is allegedly feeling the heat from Blac Chyna over the way she treats her son, King Cairo.
According to reports, Kylie, who has been dating King’s dad Tyga for the past two years, was supposedly issued a pretty stern warning from Blac over the way she interacts with King after Jenner threw the youngster an elaborate party to celebrate his fourth birthday.
Hollywood Life is alleging that Blac, who’s currently expecting a baby with Kylie’s half-brother Rob Kardashian, wasn’t exactly pleased with the elaborate party Kylie organized and supposedly feels that Jenner is trying to “outdo” and “outsine” her when it comes to King Cairo by spoiling him with elaborate gifts and parties.
“Blac is going to let this slide just this one time but she doesn’t like Kylie trying to compete with her and outdo her when it comes to her children,” an insider told the site of how Chyna reacted to the extravagant party Kylie and Tyga threw for King.
The insider alleged that Blac is supposedly now making it clear to her soon-to-be sister-in-law that she “needs to understand boundaries and stop trying to outdo her” when it comes to her son and soon to be born daughter with Rob, who is expected to be born next month and will be Jenner’s half-niece.
“Chyna loves when Kylie does little things for King but doesn’t want her to do the most and spoil King more than his own mother,” the insider added of Blac.
Hollywood Life also alleged that Blac is so serious when it comes to Jenner and the Kardashian clan not spoiling her children that she’s making the boundaries pretty clear to Kylie and the entire Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan ahead of her daughter’s birth.
“[Blac’s] putting all the Kardashians, even Kris on notice, to make sure that they all know their roles,” the site’s source continued of Chyna’s plans to stop the Kardashian and Jenner from “outshining” her when it comes to her kids, adding that Blac wants to make sure Kylie and the rest of her famous family members don’t “take away her motherhood.”
Kylie Jenner and Tyga made no secret of the big party they threw for King on October 16 on social media, where Tyga showed off a number of snaps from the soirée, including one of Jenner sitting on his lap alongside the rapper’s mom and grandmother, which Tyga captioned, “Family.”
Hollywood Life previously confirmed that Jenner planned the big birthday party, which both Blac and mom Tokyo Toni attended, and while the site didn’t reveal exactly how much the party cost, confirmed that the Ferrari themed big day was “expensive” for Kylie.
“She was happy to spoil her boyfriend’s son,” a source confirmed of Kylie’s involvement in King’s big birthday, adding that Jenner “helped with the planning, the ideas, the design, everything,” but didn’t reveal how much involvement her former feud partner Chyna had amid reports Blac threw a separate party for King.
Reports suggesting that Blac supposedly wasn’t too happy with Tyga and Kylie’s party for King Cairo came just days after Jenner took to Snapchat to show off a sweet photo of herself with her Tyga and Blac’s son, where the youngster appeared to be leaning on her as she snapped a photo.
But despite claims that Chyna is now making it clear to the Kardashian and Jenner family that she doesn’t want to be outdone when it comes to her children, TMZ reported back in August that Blac is actually now okay with Cairo spending time with Jenner, despite the twosome reportedly having been locked in a pretty nasty feud for the past two years prior to Chyna’s romance with Rob.
The site claimed at the time that Chyna was now in a good place with the Kardashian and Jenner family because she knows that a feud with Kylie could cause her financial problems now that she’s in the fold with Kris Jenner via her and Kardashian’s E! reality show, Rob & Chyna.
“[Chyna’s] not stupid and knows Kylie will become her sister-in-law and if she starts picking fights with her, Kris will side with her daughter,” an insider told the site of Blac Chyna, noting that reigniting her feud with Kylie Jenner would only cause Blac “financial and other problems.”
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