Khloe Kardashian Fears Blac Chyna Will Turn Rob Against ‘KUWTK’ Sisters Over Trademark Drama? [Rumor]

Is Khloe Kardashian worried that her brother, Rob, 29, might turn his back against his sisters over the current drama regarding Blac Chyna’s desire to trademark the Kardashian name?

Earlier this week, it was revealed that the famous siblings had gathered together with their lawyers in order to stage a plan that would prevent Blac from trademarking the name Angela Renee Kardashian.

It’s been reported for months that Chyna and Rob are planning to get married next year, and once the papers have been signed, Blac reportedly wants to switch her name over and carry her new surname.

Aside from wanting to do this because Rob will evidently be her husband, Blac is also interested in using the name to further her career as a businesswoman, being fully aware of the advantages that come with carrying the Kardashian surname.

According to reports, however, the Kardashians aren’t willing to let that happen. Hollywood Life claims that Khloe was hesitant to join her sisters fight this battle out with Blac after all the things they’ve been through to get on good terms with the former stripper.

From all the arguments and social media feuds, Khloe Kardashian has just been happy to finally embrace Blac like a sister. But as far as their brand is concerned, Kim and Kourtney are very cautious about those who get to use their surname to build certain platforms for themselves, and Blac is far from someone they think is deserving of it.

On top of that, Khloe and her sisters have shared their concern about what could potentially happen when Rob and Chyna break up. She’ll evidently get to keep the Kardashian surname and embark on business ventures that the family would never even think about placing their name on, ultimately causing a friction between both brands.

“Khloe [Kardashian] was the lone dissenter in the filing of legal documents to prevent Blac from using the Kardashian name,” the insider shared. “Kim [Kardashian] and Kourtney [Kardashian] ultimately convinced Khloe to stand by their side in keeping Blac from marketing their name but Khloe was the one sister who was resistant.”

Khloe reportedly didn’t want to involve herself too much into the drama concerning Blac Chyna’s wishes to trademark the Kardashian name, but considering the fact that the mother of two could potentially ruin the family’s empire, Khloe is forced to stand by her sisters.

Her biggest worry, however, is more focused on Rob and how he will deal with the fact that his siblings are preventing his soon-to-be wife from carrying the Kardashian name, having already proven himself to be stubborn when it comes to seeing his sisters’ point of view on things.

In an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Rob was angry at his sisters for not inviting Blac to one of the two baby showers they organized, only to then find out that one was solely dedicated to the TV star because the family was concerned about the couple’s constant arguments.

“Khloe loves Rob and fears what a family feud like this could do to his health and so she tried and failed to prevent her sisters from filing legal papers against Blac. Khloe is not happy about the situation and wants her family to just get along,” the source continued.

Earlier this year, when Rob first announced his romance with Blac Chyna, Khloe, according to Us Weekly, was very much against the relationship, under the impression that the former stripper was influencing her brother to do certain things that he normally wouldn’t do.

For the fact that he was leaving his home, proposing to her and suddenly deciding he wanted to have a baby in a matter of just three months, Khloe could not wrap her head around the sudden change in Rob’s character.

Nonetheless, she’s been supportive of his actions ever since. Her biggest concern is whether or not Rob will accept his sisters’ decision — and more so, whether Blac will influence Rob to possibly distance himself from Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe over the trademark fiasco.

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