Rob Kardashian reportedly wants to work things out with Blac Chyna, whom he has been feuding with since their breakup in February.
Kardashian has made endless allegations against the mother-of-two, claiming that she had not only cheated on him during their time together but also used his credit card without his permission, setting him back with hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid bills.
The USC graduate had come under the impression that Chyna only used him to have a baby by a Kardashian and ultimately get revenge against the family for ruining her life when Kylie Jenner started dating her ex-fiancé, Tyga.
In recent months, Rob Kardashian and his baby’s mother have been caught up in multiple lawsuits, with the most recent one being the revenge porn court case that took place over the summer.
Blac Chyna was livid when Rob started posting explicit photos of the former stripper on social media as a payback action for making him feel less than worthy.
Chyna filed a lawsuit that could see her walk away with millions if she won the case, but sources are now saying that Rob Kardashian is trying his best to win the socialite back.
According to Radar Online, Rob Kardashian blames his family for the downfall of his relationship with Chyna, and that listening to them had him believe that the TV personality was only using him for fame and fortune.
Insiders allege that Rob is willing to do whatever to get Chyna back, mainly because he wants to be a family and avoid any further drama in court.
His reasons behind having a child with Blac, to begin with, was simply because he had seen himself settling down with his then-fiancée, and now that things have completely fallen flat, Rob Kardashian wants to see if there’s a chance they can work things out.
Rob is also promising Chyna that he will get their reality show back, which was ultimately canceled after the couple decided to call it quits earlier this year.
Fans are wondering whether Blac is willing to even consider the idea of getting back with her ex after all they’ve been through in the past two years.
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