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Rob Kardashian Didn’t Want Family Around For Engagement To Blac Chyna

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are officially on the way to tying the knot, and all their friends and fans are busy congratulating them. Chyna’s BFF Amber Rose even dedicated an entire emoji on her new app to celebrate their union.

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But Rob’s own Mom and sisters have remained completely mum on their brother’s big news. Interesting, considering they each tend to document their every breathing moment via social media. The whole crew is up in Vail, Colorado on a family ski trip and they have no issue showing them selves being silly sisters on the slopes…but not yet have any of them offered any congrats to Rob & Chy.

As it turns out, this was all a part of Rob’s plan. According to TMZ, Rob didn’t feel like dealing with his sisters’ shade or shenanigans while he and Chyna have their special moment…so he planned his engagement specifically around their departure from LA.

Rob Kardashian blindsided his family … not giving them a heads up or even a hint about his engagement.

Sources familiar with the situation tell us, Rob went to great lengths to keep Kim and company in the dark. We’re told the proposal was “aggressively on the QT.”

Our sources say Rob timed the proposal to go down when the family was away. The klan flew to Vail hours before he popped the question to Blac Chyna.

The women are not taking kindly to being squeezed out. They view the whole thing as “flaky” and, as we reported, none of the women jumped on social media to congratulate him.

Well CLEARLY none of them are thrilled about what’s happening here…but since Rob is grown and this is his decision, they’ll have to get with the program regardless. After all, they had no problem welcoming Kylie’s molester boyfriend Tyga into their loving arms…

Hit the flip for more from Rob & Chy’s happy moment!

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