Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna May Have Broken Up Prior To The Kylie Jenner Phone Number Incident — REPORT
On Tuesday, TMZ reported that Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna allegedly broke up prior to the Kylie Jenner phone number incident. On Monday, Kardashian tweeted out what he says is Jenner's real phone number and followed up the number with a claim that Jenner had not invited Chyna to his baby shower. Despite Kardashian expressing anger over his sisters for their alleged mistreatment of Chyna, TMZ claims to have a reason why she didn't get an invite. Apparently, "sources close to the Kardashians" revealed that Kardashian and Chyna haven't spoken to each other for months, which is why two separate showers (one for Kardashian and one for Chyna) were planned. TMZ also claims that Kardashian and Chyna "reunited for a dinner the night before their reality show premiered, but other than that ... they've been split." Bustle has reached out to both Kardashian and Chyna's reps for comment, but did not receive an immediate response.
According to TMZ, despite their reported breakup, Kardashian was still angry about Chyna supposedly not getting an invite, which pushed him skip his own baby shower and to leak Jenner's phone number. TMZ also reports that Chyna even agreed that "separate showers were best," but Kardashian didn't learn that until after he released his sister's number. It seems like he is still angry about everything, per TMZ.
This isn't the first time reports have surfaced about an alleged breakup between the soon-to-be parents of a baby girl. In March, People reported that Kardashian and Chyna were "on a break," but at the time of the report it didn't seem permanent. After the breakup rumors began swirling, Kardashian confirmed they were still together on Instagram. "Chy and I are not broken up we just feel like it would be a lot healthier for our relationship if we kept a lot more to ourselves," he shared in the now deleted Instagram. "It's impossible to have a positive relationship with so much negativity from the media and outsiders and we would appreciate it if everyone respects that."