Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna Are Probably Getting a Reality Show, for Better or Worse

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Uh-oh. It's a Kardashian sister's worst nightmare. According to new reports, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna may get a reality show in the very near future -- complete with a televised wedding. Grab the popcorn! This could get interesting!


A source tells Radar Online that since the couple broke the news that they're expecting, plans for a reality show went into "overdrive" for the pair. Apparently, Kris Jenner has been trying to broker a deal (shocker), as she knows that the couple with be reality TV ratings gold. An insider claims that Kris has been working on a six-part reality show for the pair since they got together that would include a "massive summer wedding." But ever since news that Blac Chyna was expecting broke, the source says that "Kris wants to have the wedding and baby's birth included in the deal for their spin-off!"

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Despite the fact that one may think that Kris's children are tired of being managed by their mother, turns out, the opposite is true. The Kardashian insider claims that "Rob and Blac both feel that having their own spin-off show under the direction of Kris Jenner is the best way for them to profit off of this entire situation." No one is going to argue with that! 

Radar Online is reporting that Rob and Chyna are hoping to have the deal finalized by the end of the week and both want $5 million to split between the two of them. Not a bad payday for a couple who only got together a few months ago, but sheesh! Is nothing sacred?! 

Hopefully everything will work out between Rob and Chyna, because now not only are they getting married and having a child together, but they're also planning on televising their journey for all the world to see. And as we all know, when it comes to getting married on TV, the Kardashians don't exactly have the best luck. 


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