Blac Chyna’s Former Manager Claims Second Season Of  ‘Rob & Chyna’ Was Never Confirmed By E!

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Blac Chyna’s Former Manager Claims Second Season Of  ‘Rob & Chyna’ Was Never Confirmed By E!

Reality TV star Blac Chyna’s former manager/lawyer denies that “Rob & Chyna” was greenlit for a second season.

Blac Chyna’s former manager/lawyer, Walter Mosley, is the latest to take the stand in the Blac Chyna versus the Kardashians trial. During his testimony, the lawyer claimed there was never a contractual agreement for season two of “Rob & Chyna”. Clarifying, Walter explained that the show began filming episodes for season two while filming season 1. However, he stated that neither he nor Blac Chyna received legal documentation confirming the network planned to produce future seasons.

As previously reported, Blac Chyna, 33, is currently suing the reality TV family, the Kardashians, for allegedly getting her spin-off show canceled back in 2017. According to the lawsuit, the E! network had already given the go-ahead to film season two of the reality series that starred Chyna and her then-fiancé Rob Kardashian. However, Chyna claims that her almost in-laws didn’t like her, and plotted together to get the show canceled.

Promo shoot for ‘Rob & Chyna’

Walter also revealed that he negotiated a $100,000 ‘kill fee’ in the event that Chyna was dropped as a talent from the network. Additionally, he claimed the reality star was paid $370,000 to film four episodes of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” SKIMS owner Kim Kardashian also testified on this matter. Reportedly, the reality star was upset that Chyna was brought on “KUWTK” and paid for it without the family’s consent. In an email revealed in the trial, Kim wrote to E! network execs:

“Nobody listens to us…No one respects us.”

Reportedly, Kim Kardashian also threatened the network. Suggesting that she and her family would leave “KUWTK” if filming with Chyna continued, she allegedly wrote:

“You’ll lose the rest of the Kardashians and Jenners’ if they [E!] continued filming with Chyna.”

Kim Kardashian

In addition to that, Kim Kardashian reportedly admitted to having serious disdain for Chyna. The reality star claims tension between Chyna and the family rose after the December 2016 incident, where Chyna allegedly beat Rob with a metal bar. Text messages brought up in the suit revealed that Kim texted her family after the alleged violent altercation, urging them all to “get on the phone with execs,” seemingly to discuss Chyna’s future on the show. However, Kim stated under oath that she doesn’t recall the exact reason she sent out the frantic message.

Chyna is reportedly seeking around $100 million in damages for the show being canceled. The reality star recently motioned a judge to subpoena financial earnings from the short-lived series in question. However, Chyna was denied the motion. A decision on the damage award has yet to be decided.


Authored by: Kay Johnson