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Blac Chyna Mother can't bear Kylie Jenner playing 'mommy' to her son

Chyna reportedly thinks Tyga is parading their son, King Cairo all around Kylie and the Kardashian family as an accessory

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Kylie Jenner, Tyga and son, King Cairo on Easter play

Kylie Jenner, Tyga and son, King Cairo on Easter

Blac Chyna and son, King Cairo play

Blac Chyna and son, King Cairo


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After seeing photos of Kylie Jenner and her ex Tyga, 25, with their son King Cairo, 2, at church together on Easter Sunday, Blac Chyna is worried her son might get “too comfortable around Kylie.”

According to a close source, "She[Chyna] doesn’t want King to get too comfortable around Kylie. She’s his mother, not Kylie and she hopes that both Tyga and Kylie understand that and act accordingly."

Chyna is not happy that Kylie seems so comfortable around her son. In fact, the last thing she wants is for the 'KUWTK' teen to ‘come in and play mommy’ to him.

Last month, Sharon Osbourne accused Kim Kardashian of using her daughter, North West as an accessory... So we can totally understand where Blac is coming from, as she’s just trying to look out for her little boy.

Blac and Kylie don’t have the best of history together, which is also why she might be extra defensive.

“Blac is steaming over Tyga’s shenanigans and feels he’s got her f**ked up parading her son all around Kylie and the Kardashian family. That’s not cool at all and Blac thinks he should know better.” An insider claims

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