Emotions were running high for Rob Kardashian, who was stunned today when he discovered that his fiancé, Blac Chyna, abandoned him — taking along with her their 1-month-old daughter Dream and their furniture, among other things.
“Chyna took the baby… she took the nursery we built,” the Arthur George sock designer shared today on Snapchat. “We built a room for King, and she took everything from King’s room as well.”
Kardashian and Chyna welcomed their daughter dream in November. Chyna’s son King Cairo — from her previous relationship with rapper Tyga (who is dating Kardashian’s youngest sister, Kylie Jenner) — lived in the home, too.
“I’m upset and pretty sad because it’s almost Christmas and I want to be with my baby,” he added.
Kardashian has been doting on his daughter on social media. Most recently he used the child to debut his brand’s new line of infant holiday socks. The socks retail for $15 online and are sold in sets of two.
“I thought this was going to be the best year of my life ,,, had a beautiful baby Dream and haven’t spent Christmas with family in years and I just can’t believe she really hurt me this way,” he captioned the video on Instagram.
Kardashian added that the drama wasn’t a publicity stunt for their E! reality series “Rob & Chyna,” which was recently given the green light for a second season. “Cuz if it was for ratings I wouldn’t explain all this here. And with Chyna’s messages and her leaving with everything and the baby I am broken.”
The 29-year-old became a father for the first time on Nov. 10 with the model/TV personality.
According to People, Chyna responded to the video today in an Instagram post that was later deleted. She also confirmed the split and claimed that someone “hacked” her account earlier and released private messages about their relationship that compounded matters.
The MAC Cosmetics model added that she played a role in helping Kardashian with his sock label. “I was still there with nothing but high hopes for us! I had to beg him to cut his hair, To take his braces of [SIC], and To get more into his businesses!”
Arthur George socks launched in 2012 with an emphasis on striking colors and patterns, but soon shifted toward more of a novelty category by adding cheeky slogans. Some of the adult socks are emblazoned with “MILF,” “Classy B—h,” “Baby Daddy” and more provocative expressions and expletives. Next year, the brand will sell a full range of children’s socks.