Lex Jurgen - September 28, 2017
It's clear that Rob Kardashian remains legitimately steaming mad at Blac Chyna for the pleasure of having cuckolded him, birthed his anchor baby, and used him like a sad strip club novice. Add to that zero sense of humility or masculine pride and you have a lawsuit by Still Fat Rob, claiming Blac Chyna worked him over but good last December.
It's no doubt Chyna's been around the block a few times and likely knows how to get good and angry. Also, how to defend yourself from rape most nights of the week. But those skills shouldn't necessarily favor a 5'2" janky woman over a overly fully grown man standing 6-foot and roughly 260 on a diet day.
Kardashian claims Chyna went berserker on him during their stay in a house he was renting from his sister Kylie. That's not embarrassing. According to Still Fat Rob, Chyna tried to strangle him with an iPhone charging cord. Followed by punches to the face and head. That's simply poor blocking from a guy with a massive height advantage.
In further details, Kardashian asserts Chyna busted up the place in a rage, causing $100,000 in damage to the home. He tried to make a break for it in his leased Bentley, but Chyna threw a chair at his sweet ride. He exited to examine the damage as you do when being hunted down by your pimp and Chyna struck him with a metal rod. And if this hellish Jennifer Lopez 'Enough' moment was enough, Chyna smashed the Gingerbread House.
Once you get past the actual gross level rage and disturbing elements of drug and emotional abuse acting out, Chyna comes off kind of cool in this tale. While Still Fat Rob remains ever the bitch.
In addition to the cost of damage to the home, Kardashian is claiming damages from E! canceling their Rob & Chyna reality show for fear their cameras would capture and actual domestic homicide. A detail in the lawsuit mentions Chyna making $92K an episode for the show. That should make you want to strangle somebody with an iPhone charging cord.
There's a reason the men in this family don't fare well.
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