Rob Kardashian and Tyga Become Allies to Allegedly Protect Their Kids – Details Here!
Following Blac Chyna’s Six Flag fight on Easter Sunday, Rob Kardashian and Tyga are reportedly concerned about their children’s safety. During the confrontation, Chyna’s kids Dream and King Cairo were present but seemed to have been protected by a nanny that was with them during the visit to the theme park. In addition to that incident, the two are also worried about Chyna’s choice of men. Her current boyfriend is 18 years old and the man in her sex video is still unidentified. When combined her environment seems volatile to Rob and Tyga who reportedly fear that not only her behavior is dangerous but that the men may pose an unsafe environment and be a bad influence to their kids.
Rob Kardashian and Tyga are now reportedly fearful for their kids safety in the future and have been in touch with their attorneys for advise and counsel on getting individual custody of the kids. The unlikely pair, Rob and Tyga are now in communication with each other for the common good and safety of their kids. According to court papers, they currently share individual joint custody of their kids with Blac Chyna. But armed with the Easter Sunday fight video, the sex tape and the video interview of Blac Chyna’s 18 year old boyfriend in which he expressed his views on life, their joint custody arrangement may change, even if temporarily.
Check out the fight video below.
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