Rob Kardashian Apologizes To Family For Tirade Against Blac Chyna, Admits They Were Right She Was ‘Bad News’

Rob Kardashian has reportedly apologized to his family, the Kardashian sisters and their mother Kris Jenner, after last week’s shocking social media tirade against his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna. The 30-year-old Rob & Chyna reality star had thrown a tantrum on social media after Blac Chyna reportedly sent to him a video showing her in bed with another man. During the prolonged tirade, he accused Chyna of cheating on him with multiple men and posted sexually explicit images of Chyna to social media.

TMZ reported that sources close to the family said Rob spoke with his sisters, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, and their mom Kris, admitting that he was wrong to have slut shamed Blac Chyna. He expressed remorse about his behavior and admitted that he should not have revealed private information about Chyna and posted nude photos of her to social media.

He reportedly told his sisters and mother that he regretted acting recklessly on social media and admitted that instead of taking to social media to slut shame Chyna, he should have responding to her privately.

He promised his family that he would not make the same mistake again, but denied Chyna’s allegation that he physically abused her, according to TMZ.

He admitted that his sisters had warned him that Chyna was “bad news” and that he should stay away from her. He said he was wrong to have ignored his family’s advice at the time they offered it.

He then went on to explain that he stayed with Blac Chyna for so long only because after having grown up in a two-parent household, he wanted his daughter, Dream, to enjoy the benefits of a similar upbringing.

Rob’s family reportedly accepted his apology and expressed hope that he would heed their advice and not reconcile with Blac Chyna, according to the Daily Mail.


TMZ reported that sources close to the family and the situation between Rob and Chyna said the Kardashian sisters and their mother, Kris, chose to stay quiet during the social media row because they were anxious about the impact of the vicious back and forth on Dream and they did not want to prolong or complicate it by interfering.

Rob’s apology comes after a social media row broke out between him and his ex-fiancée Chyna last week. Kardashian had taken to social media on Wednesday after he claimed that Chyna sent him a video of herself making out with another man. He accused Chyna of cheating on him with eight men “in less than a month.” After accusing her of using drugs and poor parenting skills, he posted sexually explicit images of Chyna to his Instagram page. Instagram responded by shutting down his page, but he began posting the same nude photos of his ex-fiancée to his Twitter page.


Although Rob’s family had affirmed their support for him and expressed their disapproval of Blac Chyna, they criticized him for launching into an angry tirade on social media and posting naked pictures of Chyna online. They warned Rob that his actions could hurt his daughter, Dream.

The Inquisitr reported that the Kardashian sisters told their friends that the public altercation between Rob and Chyna was shameful and that it could damage the family brand.

Blac Chyna has since obtained a temporary restraining order against Rob, according to CNN. She obtained the restraining order after she appeared in court on Monday with her attorney Lisa Bloom and accused Rob of cyber-bullying.

She also alleged that Rob abused her and hit her during an argument on April 18. She claimed he threatened her, saying that he had a gun and that he would commit suicide if she did not comply with his demands.

“As we have said all along, revenge porn is a form of domestic abuse,” Bloom told reporters outside the court. “It is also a crime in California and 38 other states.”

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