Do The Kardashian Women Think Blac Chyna is an Unfit Mother?

Neglectful and irresponsible. That’s what Rob Kardashian claims his ex, Blac Chyna, to be after she’s exhibited disturbing conduct while in the presence of their daughter, Dream.

Kardashian claims that Chyna is a negative example for the 3-year-old and is now insisting that the court grant him primary custody.

Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West| Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage

Khloé Kardashian is fully supporting her brother in his custody battle

Two years after agreeing to joint custody of their daughter, Kardashian and Chyna have found themselves in another court battle over their parental rights.

On January 7, TMZ reported that Kardashian was seeking primary custody of his 3-year-old daughter, Dream, after learning of Blac Chyna’s alleged behavior.

According to court documents, Kardashian claims that he does not approve of the things Chyna says and does around their daughter and now wants the model’s time with Dream significantly reduced.

The former reality star says that Chyna regularly throws parties, is often intoxicated, and gets into physical/verbal altercations while Dream is in her care.

Kardashian also claims that Chyna’s influence has resulted in Dream saying inappropriate swear words, which he says are not terms she hears when she’s with him.

With the negative behavior Chyna has showcased in front of their daughter, Kardashian is “worried sick” about Dream’s well-being and so is his family.

As he attempts to seek primary custody, the Kardashians are doing everything they can to support him.

Two people who’ve really been helping him navigate through this custody battle are Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner.

The two women feel as though Dream is better off in Rob’s care as they have noticed the negative affects Chyna has had on the 3-year-old.

According to sources, Kardashian and Jenner have “seen clear changes in her [Dream] behavior” when she returns from visiting Chyna’s home. 

In sealed court documents, Kardashian claims that the toddler’s “more in defense mode” and is “decidedly more aggressive,” which she believes is Chyna’s doing.

This isn’t the first time Chyna’s parenting has left others concerned

Now that Kardashian and Jenner have witnessed the negative affects Chyna has had on Dream, they are doing everything they can to “help Rob get to the bottom of it and to fight for custody.”

“They have his back and will support him all the way through with talking to the lawyers and making his case,” the insider told the outlet.

Though Chyna’s attorney claims these accusations are false and “absolutely absurd,” this isn’t the first time she’s been claimed to be an “unfit” parent by the Kardashians.

In February 2019, sources told People that the famous family didn’t feel as though Chyna was taking care of Dream properly and had a problem with the behavior she was exuding in front of the toddler.

“Rob’s family always had issues with Chyna,” the source said. “Her [recent] public behavior … certainly isn’t going to give her a Mother of the Year award. Chyna has long acted like her number one priority isn’t raising her kids. This is very hard for Rob’s family.”

“Dream is the cutest little girl. She’s very happy and so much fun to be around,” continued the source. “Rob’s family just wants Dream to be raised in the best way possible.”

Chyna mother, Tokyo Toni, even shared that she’s found herself questioning the model’s parenting style.

Toni told TMZ early last year that while she didn’t want to see Kardashian get full custody of her granddaughter, she felt as though Dream was better off with him than with Chyna.

“I don’t think nothing is wrong with children going with their dad ’til their mothers get, you know, better,” she said. “It happens in everyday homes out here in America. It just happens.”

“I don’t know if [the Kardashians] should keep [Dream and King Cairo], but I do believe that [they should] for a little while ’til she pulls her thing together,” Toni continued. “Because it’s clear — very clear, doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out — that something is terribly wrong.”