Kim Kardashian doesn’t trust Blac Chyna


Kim Kardashian is reportedly less than delighted by the news that her brother Rob is set to become a father with fiancee Blac Chyna. While Blac shared the happy news with the Kardashian family weeks ago, a mistrustful Kim allegedly made a show of befriending the glamour model so she could accompany her to a gynaecologist in Los Angeles to confirm she wasn’t faking it. “Chyna told Rob’s family a few weeks back, but Kim wanted to make sure she wasn’t faking it,” a source told Britain’s Heat magazine. “Kim doesn’t trust Chyna, so she acted like she was taking her under her wing and offered to pay for her to go to the same OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynaecologist) as she used for (her son) Saint.” Once it was confirmed that Blac was telling the truth, the source said Kim is now left with no choice but to “make nice for the sake of Rob and her niece and nephew”. Blac is already a mother to son King Cairo, three, by ex-boyfriend Tyga, who recently split from Kim’s half-sister Kylie Jenner. Blac and Rob got engaged in April (16) after just three months together. The pair made their red carpet debut as a couple at an event to celebrate Blac’s birthday and the launch of her emoji app Chymojis in Las Vegas earlier in May (16), where the blonde star revealed Kim has been giving her pregnancy tips. However, the insider says Kim’s interest in Blac’s pregnancy doesn’t mean that she and the reality star are firm friends now. “No one in the Kardashian or Jenner family is thrilled about this baby as it means Chyna will now be around forever. Everyone’s trying to be happy for Rob but it’s so hard,” explained the source. Meanwhile Blac is extremely happy about her double joy of marriage and a baby on the horizon. And so keen is she to become a Kardashian that she’s already moved to trademark what will be her marital name – Angela Renee Kardashian, reports TMZ. © Cover Media

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