Blac Chyna Appears to Shade Khloe Kardashian for Saying She’d Beat Kourtney

It all starts after the Good American Jeans founder takes to her Twitter account to write that she will ‘demolish’ her reality TV star sister, adding, ‘I don’t play.’

AceShowbiz -It’s no secret that Blac Chyna and the Kardashians don’t have the best relationship after her broken engagement to Rob Kardashian. And it appears the Lashed Bar owner has become more public in showing her dislike towards the famous clan, as seen in her latest post on Instagram Stories.

It all started after Khloe Kardashian took to Twitter to share her commentary while watching the new season of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians“. In one tweet, she took a shot at her sister Kourtney Kardashian by saying, “I would demolish Kourtney’s a** lol I don’t play. I’m 5’10”. She’s 5 feet on a good day.”

This apparently piqued Chyna’s interest because shortly after that, she wrote on Instagram Stories, “What about 5’2?” The former “Rob & Chyna” star didn’t name names in her post, though people have been convinced that she was referring to Khloe’s tweet and trying to pick a fight with the Good American Jeans founder.

“They don’t want it with chyna, everyone knows when you from the hood height don’t matter,” one commented. “And I Oop. Chyna been wanting all the smoke with the Kardashian’s,” another said, while someone else weighed in, “But for real tho as she should. Khloe and fatbert been talking reckless about her and tryna paint her as a bad mother. I’ll bring a stroller ma.”

The user was referencing Rob and Chyna’s latest custody battle. The Arthur George Socks owner filed papers earlier this year asking for primary custody of their daughter Dream Kardashian. In his suit, Rob called Chyna a dangerous existence in the little girl’s life by claiming that she once chased people around with a knife and partied with strangers when her daughter was present. Khloe supported her brother in the suit.

Despite the accusation, Chyna has denied the claims through her lawyer.

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