Kim and Khloe Kardashian blame Blac Chyna for Rob legal drama: she 'taunted him'

In a new sneak peek at an upcoming episode of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians,' Kim and Khloe bash Blac Chyna for 'taunting' their brother Rob.

Brittany King

Don't mess with the Kardashian sisters. Kim and Khloe Kardashian are not here for anymore Blac Chyna and Rob drama and for good reason. In a new sneak peek at an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the sisters discuss the utter legal mess their brother Rob has found himself in following his split from Blac Chyna.


"Did you see how I just like went off on Rob in our group text? I couldn't take it," Kim, 37, begins to ask Khloe. "Listen, there's a plus and a minus. One of the plus of all this, there's no way Rob and Chyna could get back together after this, right? Let's focus on the positive," the 33-year-old responds. "The negative is all of this other sh-t right now."


You don't f--k with someone's heart and emotions.

"The negative is just that like as Rob having sisters, he should just know better," Kim adds. "He should have just like controlled himself." The clip then jumps to Khloe discussing Rob and Chynas daughter, Dream, in her confessional interview. "So Rob and Chyna have officially broken up, but they obviously still have to communicate for the custody of Dream. They're still having a hard time getting along. The legal battle that has been going on between the two of them has been super frustrating. I feel like this is escalating to a place that none of us could have ever imagined."


The trailer once again jumps back to the sisters discussion with Khloe adding, "But it just sucks, like he's made out to this bad guy when she's taunting him. Like love makes you do f--ked up things. You think anyone's proud of that? No. You don't f--k with someone's heart and emotions."


Watch the trailer below. 

Keeping Up With the Kardashians two-night event begins Sunday at 9 p.m. ET. 

Dream as Raggedy Ann

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