The world of reality television can be cut throat. "I'm not here to make friends, I'm here to win," is a reality competition cliche for a reason, and it seems that Blac Chyna may have learned that lesson the hard way.

According to TMZ, Blac Chyna has filed documents claiming that the reason that her reality show, Rob & Chyna, was cancelled wasn't because of poor ratings, but because the Kardashians wanted her show axed.

The show was apparently doing well and had good ratings, to the point where they were already shooting scenes for the second season. However, after a meeting with E! executives and the Kardashian clan in January 2017, the show was put on ice. In this meeting, the Kardashians allegedly threatened to pull their popular reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, unless they cancelled Rob & Chyna.

Chyna has filed these documents in order to procure what she believes will be a paper trail confirming her beliefs. On the Kardashian side, their stance has always been that the show was cancelled due to poor ratings, as well as a restraining order that Chyna had filed against Rob Kardashian, which would have made the show impossible to film.

If she's right about this conspiracy, however, she could have grounds for a pretty lucrative lawsuit against E! and the Kardashians. Otherwise, she should maybe move on with her life, and perhaps start a new show, Chyna & Almighty Jay, since the two of them seem to have patched things up nicely.