Blac Chyna Says She Was Joking After She Put Gun To Rob Kardashian’s Head

“It was not loaded,” she said while on the stand in the courtroom.

Blac Chyna claims she was “just joking” when she put a gun to Rob Kardashian’s head and wrapped an iPhone cord around his neck. The 33-year-old was asked about the allegations originally made by her former fiancé in April 2020 cross-examination and further testimony presented during her court appearance on Wednesday (April 20).

Chyna is currently apart of an ongoing case against the Kardashian-Jenner family.

According to TMZ, the incident citing the alleged abuse occured back in 2016 at Kylie Jenner’s Hidden Hills, California home.

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Chyna claims that Kardashian was FaceTiming two of his friends when she took a gun off a nearby dresser in their bedroom and put it on him saying, “If you ever leave me…” She also says that the threat was made in a joking manner and wasn’t serious.

“It was not loaded,” she testified. “I would never shoot Rob or anyone at that. It was just joking, like, ‘HA, HA!’”

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Elsewhere in the testimony, Chyna explained an iPhone cord incident where she also jokingly wrapped it around Kardashian’s neck to “get his attention” and “not to strangle him” while he was occupied and playing video games.

Chyna is suing the Kardashian-Jenner family for $40 million for loss of earnings and an additional  $60 million in future earnings. She claims they used their power to tarnish her reputation in the entertainment industry, which she believes ultimately led to the cancellation of her reality show called “Rob & Chyna” on E!.

The trial will resume on Thursday (April 21).

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