Blac Chyna Wishes Rob Kardashian A Happy Birthday On Instagram

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Rob Kardashian turns 30-years-old today, and his mom Kris Jenner marked the occasion with a touching Instagram post. I've loved watching you grow up and become an incredible father to Dream.

"Rob and Chyna have split for good, and now Rob wants full custody of Dream", said a source.

But another insider doesn't think Chyna will agree to Rob's desire for shared custody.

On the whole, his daughter dream did not only inspire Rob Kardashian's weight loss but has played the most important role in turning his life around. The couple began dating in early 2016 and they welcomed their daughter, Dream, on November 10, 2016. "I love you! #HappybirthdayRob (sic)".

See how the war between the KarJenners and Chyna began long before she had Rob had officially called it quits with The Wendy Williams Show, above.

The alleged split occurred after Chyna said her Instagram account was hacked, purportedly showing candid and damning conversations about Rob - in one of which she used the words "fat", "lazy" and "insecure" when referring to her fiance.

The duo reconciled just before Christmas. "They are definitely not living together", a source told Us earlier this month, confirming "they're still broken up".

On March 15, People magazine reported that the Kardashian family was gearing up for a fierce custody battle with Chyna.

A source close to the famous family told People that Rob is requesting dual custody of five-month-old baby Dream, but his bodacious baby mama is giving him troubles.

The model and business owner, 28, took to Instagram to wish her ex, 30, a happy birthday - which fans found odd considering they are now battling over custody and child support when it comes to their four-month-old daughter, Dream Kardashian. Both the stars Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna were mature enough to take their decision. "They are prepared to protect him in whatever way they need to". "King and Dream are her babies and the Kardashians won't take them from her".

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