If you were ever wondering how Kim Kardashian and her sisters felt about Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's show down past year, a new clip from Sunday's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians shows how they reacted in those very moments.
'Let's focus on the positive, ' Khloé, 33, told Kim.
Looks like we'll finally get an inside look at what really went down between Blac Chyna, 29, and Rob Kardashian, 30, last July - but it won't be pretty. "The negative is all of this other sh*t right now".
However, Kim is now taking Blac Chyna's side and declaring that Rob "should have known better" than to expose his ex-girlfriend like that, as he has sisters and should have thought about the impact that would have if a dude did that to them.
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"Did you see how I just like went off on Rob in our group text?"
'It just sucks, ' the pregnant star says. She also defended Rob saying Chyna was taunting him which caused him to react. Love makes you do f***ed up things.
But even amid his huge legal battle with his baby mama, Rob has managed to stay out of the spotlight ever since their explosive split.
"So Rob and Chyna have officially broken up, but they obviously still have to communicate for the custody of Dream", Khloe said in a confessional interview.
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HollywoodLifers, do you think Rob should have been a little calmer about the Chyna situation?
'You don't f**k with someone's heart and emotions'.
In Kim's words, the negative is the reality of Rob's actions. The 37-year-old mother of North and Saint West then says that Rob "should have just like controlled himself". Sundays at 9 p.m. ET.
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