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Here's Why Blac Chyna Gave Rob and Kylie the Deuces After Only One Week of Living Together

Apparently, she couldn't stand it.

After Rob Kardashian’s public meltdown over his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna, details emerged as to why the couple’s relationship was so volatile.

Originally, Chyna did an interview with Good Morning America about Rob’s social media rampage and confirmed that she did issue a restraining order against him.

Now, we’re learning a little more about the behind the scenes. It always seemed apparent that Chyna and the rest of the Kardashian clan didn’t really click. According to a recent interview with People, Blac Chyna says it was difficult living with both Kylie and Rob at her own house when the couple began dating and told the magazine that Rob “stressed me out every day.”

She then followed up by recalling her demand of Rob when she was pregnant with their child, Dream. “I said, ‘One thing you won’t do is stress me out with this baby in my belly.’”

Another piece of interesting info was that, according to Chyna, she moved in with Rob and Kylie a month after giving birth to their baby... And to her, it was miserable.

“I put my pride aside — and I’m very prideful,” she says. “I was like, ‘You know what? I actually want to be with this person. So guess what, Chyna, you need to go live in this lady’s house,’ which is his sister.”

But that didn’t last long. “'There’s no bad blood or whatever, so be a family and figure it out,’” Chyna continued. “I moved in and one week later [and] was like, ‘You know what? I don’t deserve this. I’m out. I’m not going to be disrespected.’”

Ooop.

Read the full People interview with Blac Chyna here.

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