After a week of drama for the Kardashian family, and rumours surrounding Rob and Chyna, there's been a dramatic new development...
It’s definitely beginning to seem like Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s relationship isn’t quite sunshine and rainbows.
According to sources speaking to PEOPLE, the engaged couple are currently said to be going through a ‘rough patch’ in their relationship, despite expecting their first child in November.
The tension between Blac Chyna and Rob’s sisters at the start of their relationship caused plenty of drama for the couple, and just this week it all seemed to get awkward again with some Twitter beef allegedly surrounding a baby shower.
Rob spoke out against his family after they apparently arranged a baby shower for Rob but didn’t invite his fiancee…
He took to Twitter to rant, ‘Didn’t invite the Mother of my child to a baby shower you all were trying to throw for me? You all must have lost your damn minds [sic]’.
He then tweeted what is thought to be his youngest sister Kylie Jenner’s phone number. Awkward.
But just when we thought that all of the drama had simmered down – well, Kylie had apparently decided to rise above it, and we saw Rob post videos with Chyna to Snapchat – something else has happened.
Because it looks like Blac Chyna has just leaked Rob’s phone number.
WHAT IS GOING ON?!
The tweet in question reads simply: ‘Robert Kardashian Number’, followed by a series of digits.
Social media exploded, with many people wondering the reason behind the sudden tweet…
In no time at all, Blac Chyna revealed what had been going down though a series of Snapchat videos.
The mum-to-be can be seen standing next to Rob, saying ‘To make sure your man isn’t texting no b*tches, tweet his number out. How does that feel Rob?’.
She then fumes ‘Get your number changed – thank you!’
She continues to insist that they’re going strong, saying ‘Since all these females want to keep texting his phone because they had his number before asking if “you and Chyna are good?” Yeah, we’re good. We’re straight.’
By Catherine Delves