Blac Chyna Doesn't Ignore The Past Drama With Kylie Jenner, But Seems Sincere In Being Over It

With the premiere of Rob & Chyna right around the corner, the reality TV couple is popping up in plenty of interviews lately. In the upcoming issue of People, Blac Chyna talks about the initial awkwardness with Kylie Jenner — and no, she doesn't pretend it didn't happen. Considering her fiancé, Rob Kardashian, is the brother of Jenner, who's dating Tyga (aka the father of Chyna's son), it's quite a complicated family tree. I even confused myself typing that sentence. But fear not, everybody! When Chyna and Jenner posted selfies a few months ago and seemingly made amends, it was actually sincere. Chyna told People,

"We've all talked, I've met up with Kylie. Everybody is mature. We're not holding on to grudges. We've moved on."

Given how straightforward the future Mrs. Kardashian tends to be in interviews, I doubt she's making that up. It sounds like they really were mature adults and decided to leave the past in the past. That's a relief to hear, considering their lives are about to more connected than ever when Chyna has her baby. By saying "we've all talked," I'd guess that includes the whole family — or at least I sure hope so. That would mean that all the Kardashian-Jenner sisters are getting along with their brother and his bride-to-be.

Still, Chyna didn't pretend that there wasn't some initial drama. You did not imagine that tension. In the same interview, the 28-year-old explained a bit further,

"Every family is going to be defensive in the beginning; I don't care who you are or what the situation is — they're going to be protective. But everything is positive now."

She's right, there's no way that situation wasn't bound to be tricky. This is especially true, since in February 2015, Chyna's BFF Amber Rose seemingly dissed Jenner in a radio interview for dating Tyga. In response, Khloé Kardashian went on the defensive in support of her sister and called out Rose. Basically, it spiraled into quite a bit of Twitter drama.

Luckily, the past is in the past. Even Kardashian admitted he and his family are doing better than ever. In the same issue of People, he said,

"Now I want to see everybody in my family every chance I get. You never know what is going to happen tomorrow, and I don't want to do that to my mom."

So, while those Snapchats of Jenner and Chyna acting like BFFs felt forced — they even face-swapped — maybe it was their way of hinting that everybody should leave them alone. Of course, they're not going to automatically love each other, but that doesn't mean they're not trying to get along. It's definitely a mature move and shows they're putting family first.

If Chyna is happy with Kardashian and Jenner is happy with Tyga, there's no need to let their history interfere with the present. Let's let it go.