elliot-wolf - January 5, 2019
Rob Kardashian is the type of guy to pay top dollar for subpar used panties, see skid marks, and be too afraid to ask for a refund. He takes being a loser to unprecedented levels. And now he wants to be in complete charge of another human life, when he’s barely in charge of his own. But his daughter Dream doesn’t exactly have a better deal in store being raised by her mother Blac Chyna. Things have pretty much been a lose-lose since she’s been born with those two as parents. Even worse when you can call Kim Kardashian your aunt. What are the odds that this kid is influenced to pick up pole-dancing before picking a college? The name “Dream” has only been the second most popular stripper name since forever. Right after “Candy.”
Determined Rob Kardashian is doing everything to get fit and healthy again — so he can mount a new challenge for full custody of his daughter Dream.
“He’s convinced she’d be happier and better off under his care, not Chyna’s,” a source said. “It burns him up so bad that she’s calling the shots right now, not to mention how he and his family are paying through the nose for such little rights.”
Despite Rob’s troubled setbacks with depression and weight issues, the Kardashian clan has his back. “The family will club together and lend him what it takes to mount a serious new legal bid, but only once he sobers up and gets his act together for an extended period.”
I don’t know what judge in their right mind would give Robert full custody. Children are blank canvases. And Rob Kardashian is like Jackson Pollock. The results of Rob raising a kid would look like one of his paintings. We’ll all lie and say he did a great job because he’s famous, but deep down, we all know an intellectually challenged individual could have done a better job with their eyes closed. Call me an uncouth philistine all you want but Rob shouldn't be handed a child the same way Pollock should have never been handed a brush.
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