Drama in the De­liv­ery Room Blac Chyna

ROB & CHYNA Rob Kardashian’s pushy fam­ily turns the birth of his daugh­ter with into a cir­cus

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All hell broke loose. Just min­utes af­ter Blac Chyna gave birth to her daugh­ter, she and baby daddy Rob Kardashian, 29, de­cided to name their pre­cious lit­tle girl Dream. “A fight im­me­di­ately broke out,” says an in­sider close to the Kar­dashi­ans. “Kris was there and told both Rob and Chyna that the baby’s name needed to start with a K. She said it was all about brand­ing. But they didn’t lis­ten. Kris was yelling, ‘ We all agreed as a fam­ily it was a K name! I’m so done, I can’t be­lieve you re­neged on this,’ and stormed out scream­ing.”

Kris isn’t the only one who cre­ated a scene. Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni, also caused prob­lems, as did Rob’s sis­ters Kourtney and Khloé. To make mat­ters worse, the cam­eras were rolling for the new par­ents’ re­al­ity show Rob & Chyna! “There was so much drama at the hos­pi­tal,” says a source. “Kris was re­spon­si­ble for much of it, but oth­ers were guilty, too. What should have been a beau­ti­ful mo­ment for Rob and Chyna was ru­ined by their fam­i­lies.”

Tokyo Toni was out of con­trol. “She was scream­ing with ex­cite­ment about the ar­rival of her new grand­daugh­ter,” says the source. “Kris was so em­bar­rassed and had to tell her to keep the noise down. The whole hos­pi­tal must have heard her shriek­ing. Then Tokyo Toni kept leav­ing the room in hopes that she’d ‘ac­ci­den­tally’ bump into an A-lis­ter. She thought some of the Kar­dashi­ans’ fa­mous friends would come to see the baby.”

Kris and Tokyo Toni also caused a com­mo­tion when it came time to hold the new­born. “Be­fore Dream was even born,” says the source, “they were bick­er­ing over who was go­ing to hold her first. As soon as Kris got her hands on the baby, she wouldn’t let go of her. Kris couldn’t stop boast­ing about how for­tu­nate it is that Dream has in­her­ited the Kar­dashi­ans’ good looks, which an­noyed Blac Chyna.”

En­ter Khloé and Kourtney. “They spent most of their time at the hos­pi­tal tak­ing hun­dreds of pic­tures of each other hold­ing Dream,” says the source. “Chyna was wor­ried that one of them would end up drop­ping the baby as they tried to jug­gle her daugh­ter while us­ing their iphones.”

Fi­nally, Chyna, 28, had enough. “She felt woozy and slightly out of it af­ter the surgery [she had a C-sec­tion]. She couldn’t deal with ev­ery­one in­vad­ing her space and wanted some time alone to bond with Dream,” says the source. “She screamed at ev­ery­one to get out of her room.”

But the drama didn’t end there. Kris made an­other scene when Chyna’s bestie Am­ber Rose posted a photo of Dream on In­sta­gram. (Dream, by the way, al­ready has her own In­sta­gram and Twit­ter ac­counts.) “Kris warned Am­ber, as well as ev­ery other guest who stepped foot in Chyna’s room, that there was a strict ‘no so­cial me­dia’ pol­icy that ap­plied to pho­tos taken of the new­born,” says a friend of Chyna’s. “Kris knows ev­ery move in the mon­ey­mak­ing play­book when it comes to cap­i­tal­iz­ing off of fam­ily events like show­ers, births and birth­days.”

Am­ber ig­nored Kris. “Am­ber never would have posted the photo with­out Chyna’s bless­ing, and it was granted,” says the pal. “One thing Am­ber did know is how much Kris en­joys be­ing in con­trol, and Am­ber ac­tu­ally pulled the stunt on pur­pose. Chyna got a kick out of it. Kris de­served it af­ter all the drama she caused.” ◼

TO­TAL FAKES Be­fore the de­liv­ery, Kris, Chyna and Tokyo Toni did the Man­nequin Chal­lenge, act­ing out the birthing scene.

HER DE­MANDS “Chyna was a diva,” says an in­sider. “She in­sisted on hav­ing the celeb suite at the hos­pi­tal.” RU­IN­ING EV­ERY­THING “Rob was so ex­cited about wel­com­ing a daugh­ter and wanted to avoid drama,” says an in­sider. “That was im­pos­si­ble.” SET­TING KRIS O

HE WANTS OUT “Danny likes to work on location partly be­cause it gets him away from Ju­lia,” says a friend. SHE’S DONE “Ju­lia be­lieves this is truly the end,” says the friend.

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