OF COURSE Rob Kardashian And Blac Chyna Want Their Own Reality Show. Of COURSE.

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This is the most obvious news of the day.

Rob Kardashian and professional publicity stuntwoman Blac Chyna want their own camera time, presumably so they don’t have to mess around with that pesky selfie stick anymore. Just kidding! It’s about money, as usual.  “They’re talking about doing their own reality show,” a source reveals to Us Weekly. But turns out E! isn’t having it, seeing as Rob’s been so inconsistent on KUWTK:

Since 2013, he has refused to film Keeping Up With the Kardashians, so “E! would be hesitant about a spinoff,” says a production source. “They’d need to see him film on ‘Keeping Up’ first.”

Rob’s family would be eager to have the pair of one month join the series. “Kris Jenner would totally get behind this,” adds the insider. “If it takes Blac Chyna to help Rob rejoin life, Kris will be on board.”

Half sister Kylie Jenner is a hard sell. (Refresher: The 18-year-old dates Chyna’s ex Tyga!) Adds the insider, “There will have to be an awkward talk with her beforehand.”

Awkward enough, but these two groups (the KardashiJenners and flashy ex-strippers) are incestuous enough as it is.

As we reported, Blac is trying to help Rob loose some GD weight, mostly by making fun of stuff his mom bought him and placed in his new house (which is mom also bought him). Oh to be a 28 year old sock designer who gets everything he wants from his mom, am I RIGHT?!

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Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 at 12:12pm
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