Blac Chyna's Love Interest Blames Lawyers for Warning Letter

Posted July 13, 2017

Despite all the drama with Rob posting nude photos of her online, the reality TV star claimed she is not backing away from social media because the more she shares, the more relatable and relevant she is. She's trying to remain calm.

During her appearance on GMA, Chyna said she was "devastated" when her ex began leaking private photos of her breasts and genitals with his millions of followers.

On her way to request the aforementioned restraining order, Chyna wore a curled, short-and-sweet bob. "I consider myself a very strong person", she told the mag.

"She took the baby also and she took my eggos and my chips and my sweet baby rays BBQ sauce", he wrote on Instagram in December when he alleged Chyna left him.

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She told Us, "Once respect comes, then loves come and when love comes, a really healthy relationship comes".

And Chyna - who also has four-year-old son King Cairo with her former partner Tyga - recently claimed she had no intention of stopping the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star from seeing his daughter, and hopes they can find "common ground" to successfully co-parent their tot. I know how I am.

In the past, she says she didn't hesitate to engage with online haters, but will now start "taking the classier route" when it comes to social media interactions.

"Somebody that loves their family and treats their friends right - and treats me right", she added. "You have some people that's weak and you have some people that's strong". 'If you don't have that, things just crumble'.

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If what Kardashian says is true, you'll have to foot the bill for Chyna's pad.

Appearing on Good Morning America, she discussed the pictures and the text messages which were shared, and revealed that she felt "disrespected" and "betrayed".

"We did not ask for the baby to be part of the restraining order ... We just want him to stay away from her and to stop cyberbullying her".

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