It appears’ Rob is livid after Blac Chyna put their child “at risk” at Six Flags on Sunday.
On Easter Sunday, footage surfaced of Blac Chyna wildin’ out at an amusement park where she was caught on camera grabbing a child's hot pink toy car and trying to throw it at some woman who allegedly touched her child & called her a “hood rat.” She would go onto to address the situation shortly after on social media, saying she's not down with people touching her child and she will go to any length to protect him.
“Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny but when some feels comfortable to come and touch your child it’s a whole other story. She went on to add: “I do not condone violence but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost. Love, King and Dreams [sic] mommy.”
While many people think Chyna was in the right for trying to protect her child, it looks like it may come back to haunt her. According to TMZ, Rob Kardashian, the father of Dream, is livid at Chyna for putting their child in harm’s way on Sunday. Sources say Rob has been watching Blac Chyna's antics over the past few months and is increasingly worried for his daughter's health and safety. So Rob is reportedly going to take Chyna back to family court where he will file legal docs asking for a hearing to set clear rules for Blac Chyna, what she can and cannot do when the child is present.
Rob is concerned about Chyna bringing new men around their son, like her latest boyfriend YBN Almighty Jay for instance. He reportedly wants an order to which neither parent can introduce a boyfriend or girlfriend unless the relationship lasts longer than 6 months.
In addition, Rob is also going to court to ask for major reduction in his monthly child support as well. Rob pays $20,000 per month, which he says is absurd because she makes way more than him and it's a 50/50 joint custody.
Whether he’ll win in court is another question, but it appears this Six Flags incident was the straw that broke the camels back. We’ll continue to keep you posted moving forward. In the meantime, revisit the incident right here if you happened to have missed it.