Blac Chyna NOT Having Twins With Rob Kardashian, Despite Late And Wrong Report

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Blac Chyna Twins

By Michael Lewittes

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Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are not having “twins,” despite a late and wrong tabloid report. Gossip Cop can correct this claim once again. It wasn’t true two months ago, and it’s still not true.

According to Life & Style, Chyna and Kardashian are “welcoming twins.” The repeatedly discredited tabloid alleges, “The couple is making room for two bundles of joy, who are due this fall.” And one of its questionable sources is quoted as saying, “[Chyna] knew almost immediately that this pregnancy was different because of how fast her body was expanding and changing.” Her first child, of course, is her son King Cairo whom she had with Tyga. The magazine’s supposed source claims Kris Jenner “expressed her joy over the twins, telling Rob, ‘the more the merrier.’”

Well, the publication is WRONG and WRONG about the couple having twins. As far back as May when Chyna confirmed her pregnancy, she shared a photo of her sonogram on social media with the caption, “#LookAtOurLittleNugget.” She didn’t say “nuggets.” She said “nugget,” as in one baby. And in early June, Chyna’s mom, Tokyo Toni even said, “Watch the dummies say the girl is pregnant with twins.” In any event, a rep for Kris Jenner joked the twins tale was news to her, which is contrary to the publication’s claim.

Of course, Life & Style has a miserable track record when it comes to the Kardashians and babies. Gossip Cop exclusively busted the tabloid when it wrongly reported Khloe Kardashian was having a baby in June. We also corrected the publication when it falsely claimed on its cover that Kourtney Kardashian was pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby. Much like those tall tales, the latest about Rob having twins is similarly wrong and, in this case, absurdly late.

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