Is Rob Kardashian's Daughter Dream Safe With Mother Blac Chyna?

Carla Harmon
September 12, 2017

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have been trying to figure out a child custody agreement over their 10-month-old child Dream every since they split earlier this year.

According to a report from TMZ, the DCFS is so concerned about baby Dream's "well-being", that they went to L.A. County Dependency Court in order to have a judge determine if Dream is indeed safe.

Whatever is transpiring hopefully, this doesn't bring undue stress to little Dream.

Sources have told the website Kardashian is confident that Chyna can cope with parental responsibilities, but the rest of the Kardashian clan aren't so convinced about her fitness as a mother due to the previous drug allegations.

Fans say that the two parents should get together and focus on what is best for the child because the fight has gone on for too long and may leave traces on her psyche. We're told it's still an open case in L.A. County Dependency Court. Chyna has denied those claims, but that hasn't stopped others from questioning her ability to parent. She was granted the protective order in July after Kardashian posted nude pictures of her online in a revenge porn scandal.

"Everyone wants him to be quiet and not get into any more trouble", the source adds.

Worried: Kim Kardashian reportedly is not comfortable with Chyna's parenting as she has been arrested for drugs in the past.

To make matters worse, the pair have been unable to reach a custody agreement and are expected to battle it out in the courtroom later this month at a hearing on 18 September.

'He isn't happy about going to court, but he also isn't agreeing with Chyna's demands.

After spending time with Nicki Minaj over the summer to film scenes for Yo Gotti's "Rake It Up" music video, Chyna has been meeting with record label executives in an attempt to kick off her music career.

Last weekend, Chyna kept busy flexing her mommy duties with kids King Cairo and Dream. "But for his daughter's sake, he plans on staying calm".

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