Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna to televise birth of first child - report
The stars plan to get even more intimate with viewers around the world.
Reality television stars Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna will reportedly have the birth of their first child filmed for the small screen.
The pregnant glamour model is days away from delivering her daughter with the sock designer and the labour will be televised on a forthcoming special for U.S. network E! Entertainment Television, according to Us Weekly magazine.
The TV special will also chronicle Chyna's baby shower, how she prepared for the birth, and the first few days the couple spend together as a new family after the newborn arrives.
In addition to the special, sources claim the TV show is such a hit, E! bosses have decided to renew Rob & Chyna for a second season.
News of their television success is certainly welcome, as Rob, 29, and his fiancee Chyna, real name Angela White, experienced some drama last week (end28Oct16) after a picture of her kissing singer/actor Pilot Jones emerged online. Soon after the controversial photo got leaked, reports emerged suggesting Kardashian was under investigation for making criminal threats to Pilot for getting too close with his future wife.
However, just hours after the police probe story grabbed headlines on Thursday (27Oct16), Blac took to her Instagram account to blast reports she cheated on Rob with Pilot, claiming her former friend was trying to extort her by selling bogus stories to the media.
"Ok let's state facts!!!" she wrote in a caption attached to a picture of correspondence she shared with Jones. "I been quiet for too long!!! Let me start off by saying this young man Is 'GAY'!!!"
"The only reason we took those pictures other than me trying to be a good friend was so he could send it to his boyfriend to make him like jealous & say that he's going back to girls!" Chyna elaborated, before declaring: "Your greedy a** wanted a cut of something that wasn't yours and u came at my lawyer asking for crazy money!!!"
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