Family Feud: Blac Chyna Battling Kris Jenner For Control Over Her Own Career And Baby Dream

- By Bossip Staff

Blac Chyna Feeling Blessed By Family, Despite Dispute With Kris Jenner

Blac Chyna is on top of the world right now, with her newborn baby girl Dream, son King Cairo and relationship with Rob Kardashian back on track.

But not everything is peachy keen it seems… According to RadarOnline reports Blac Chyna is already embroiled in a power struggle with Kris Jenner over how to manage her and Dream!

“Kris wants to control everything that goes on in her family and Rob is no exception,” a source close to the situation told Radar. “So naturally she wants to control his baby AND his baby mama!”

Chyna gave birth to the only baby with the Kardashian name on November 10, 2016, but Jenner, 61, was plotting her takeover of her career long before Dream’s arrival. “Kris wants everything in her family under one roof — her roof!” the source explained.

However, her soon-to-be daughter-in-law is not ready for a momager. “Chyna does what Chyna wants. She is really stubborn,” the source told Radar. “She has made her own money for so long and she doesn’t want to give up her independence.”

“Nobody tells Chyna what to do,” the source explained, but admitted that Jenner is a master manipulator. “Kris has a lot of power in terms of how the family fortune can be increased and Chyna could definitely be influenced by her.”

“Kris is very persuasive,” the source told Radar. “But Chyna is fighting back about letting Rob’s mom control her and her daughter. Things could change once she is officially a Kardashian, though. So it wouldn’t be a surprise if Kris manages to get Chyna under her wing.”

Kris Jenner has made Kim — and most of her family a fortune as their manager. Do you think Chyna should just back down and let her do what she does best? Or do you think Chyna is right to stand her ground and call all the shots for herself and her superstar-from-birth daughter?

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