Blac Chyna says she’s never had anything but positive feelings towards the Kardashian-Jenner family — even though she sued half the family for $100 million last year for defamation and contract interference.
via Page Six:
“It’s going good. It’s going good. I think that everything will get better, like, with time. Things just have to, like, kind of move on,” the former “Rob & Chyna” star, 35, told The US Sun Tuesday when asked about her relationship with her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian’s family.
“As far as negativity goes, no. On my side, there’s never been anything negative. I don’t talk about them,” she went on.
“I’ve never talked about them for, what, the past six years now. So it’s all love.”
The model’s comments are a far cry from the allegations she made in her 2017 lawsuitagainst momager Kris Jenner and three of her daughters — Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner — claiming they sabotaged both her reputation and her reality show with Rob, which was canceled in 2016 after just one season.
During the 10-day civil trial that began in late April 2022 and concluded in early May, Chyna’s legal team alleged that Kris falsely accused the former stripper of assaulting Rob and claimed she and her daughters reported the alleged incident to E! in an effort to prevent “Rob & Chyna” Season 2 from moving forward.
However, both Chyna and Rob — who co-parent 6-year-old daughter Dream — confirmed they got into an argument in December 2016 that turned physical and altered their relationship.
Chyna — who also shares 10-year-old son King Cairo with rapper Tyga — admitted that she wrapped a cellphone charger around Rob’s neck and pointed an unloaded gun at him during the fight in question but claimed she was “just joking.”
Production execs testified that they refused to green light a second season of the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” spinoff because “there was no more Rob and Chyna.”
In the end, the jury declined to award Chyna any damages.
We know Chyna’s saved and all that now, but let’s not rewrite history! If you take us to court for $100 million — that’s about as negative as it gets.