Is Blac Chyna Overdoing Social Media Sharing of Baby Dream?
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have had quite a year (to say the least). When Chyna fled their home with baby Dream just a few days before Christmas, Rob was beside himself. Though reports are claiming the couple is already back together, Chyna was not invited to mom Kris’s annual Christmas Eve party. Not known to shy away from social media, however, Chyna showed off some new adorable videos of her seven-week-old baby on Instagram, giving newborn baby Jameson Moon Carey a little cuteness competition.
Baby Dream is all smiles as mama makes silly noises at her. The first of two videos links Chyna’s followers over to a private account she’s set up for the baby @iamdreamrenee.
In a second video, Chyna’s got the reindeer filter on the baby while she continues to try and make her smile… and again promotes the baby’s IG account. Chyna has been really pushing the baby’s IG account for the last week, and we’re wondering what her goal is.
When she initially fled her and Rob’s home a few days before Christmas, it was hot on the heels of leaked text messages showing that she was speaking very badly about her in-laws, fiancé Rob and her idea to copyright baby Dream’s name. While there hasn’t been anything spoken about these revelations, we’re so curious to see where this is going, and what this means for Rob, Chyna and their sweet baby. We only hope that baby D doesn’t get stuck in the crosshairs of a nasty split/feud that appears to be on the horizon between her mama and her dad’s entire family.
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(Photos via E! Entertainment, Vivien Killilea/Getty)
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