- Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian reached out to E! Network managers around Blac Chyna in 2016.
- The sisters urged the network to cancel “Rob & Chyna” after an alleged physical altercation between the couple.
- “She doesn’t like him,” 19-year-old Jenner wrote of Chyna and Rob.
Two of the Kardashian-Jenner sisters reached out to E! Network executives in December 2016 expressed concern about the tumultuous relationship between their brother Rob Kardashian and then-fiancée Blac Chyna, as well as the future of the couple’s spin-off show “Rob & Chyna”.
Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian sent separate emails to the network after a file Alleged physical altercation Between Rob Kardashian and Chyna in December 2016 E! to cancel the couple’s reality show after its first season.
Chyna, whose legal name is Angela White, She is seeking $100 million in compensation From Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. She claims that they spoke to her unfairly to E! executives five years ago after her split from Rob Kardashian, which led to the cancellation of her spin-off series Keeping Up With the Kardashians. The Kardashian-Jenners family denied the allegations.
In court on Monday, attorneys for both Chyna and Kardashian-Jenners read portions of emails sent from Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian on December 20, 2016, in which both women expressed their “strong” desire to be the E! Cancellation of the couple’s offer.
“We all know filming isn’t my favourite, but I’m going to sacrifice and give you the episodes and the stories,” 19-year-old Kylie Jenner wrote at the time, assuring the email recipients that her sisters would ramp up their screen time. To compensate for any dearth of content as a result of the “Rob & Chyna” cancellation.
Kylie Jenner also claimed in her email that the “only reason” Chyna was with Rob was because of the TV show and said that continuing the series would only give “this toxic woman” more money.
“She doesn’t like him,” Jenner wrote. “If we all really love Rob, we need to come together and protect him.”
Kardashian-Jenner’s youngest sister stepped out on Mondayto tell a Los Angeles jury she didn’t believe Chyna’s love for her half-brother was real, suggesting that the exotic dancer turned model had an affair with Rob in response to Kylie starts a relationship with rapper TygaChyna’s baby father.
In a separate email sent the same day, Khloe Kardashian expressed similar concerns to E! managers.
“It’s clear that the sisters are concerned about our brother’s safety and the brand’s credibility,” Khloe Kardashian wrote, saying that Chyna and Rob’s public issues were “tarnishing” the family’s image.
The emails came during testimony by Jeff Oldie, former vice president of development and programming at E! who played a significant role in getting “Rob & Chyna” to light up in the beginning.
Old told the courtroom that the network’s decision not to rerun “Rob & Chyna” for season two was based on the fact that the couple had sharply broken up and were no longer providing the “fun and playful” entertainment the show was based on — not because of any input from members of the Kardashian family. others.
“I don’t take directions from 17-year-olds,” Old said, referring to teenage Kylie Jenner.
Old testified that the network and the Kardashian family agreed to take the stories of Rob Kardashian and Chyna to “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and plan the series to feature the couple’s counseling journey. Old said that if the two eventually reconcile, everyone involved is open to renewing “Rob & Chyna” for another season.