There are many people out there who have many, many things to say about the engagement of Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna. But the only people that we haven't yet heard from it seems, are the groom-to-be's big sisters, Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney Kardashian. But with the release of the newest promo for the upcoming season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, we're finally hearing what the reality stars think of the matrimonial match-up. And, unfortunately, not all of it is positive.
It sounds like the Kardashian ladies won't be pulling bridesmaid duty at the wedding of their soon-to-be sister-in-law Blac Chyna and younger brother, Rob. Remember, the Kardashians have a bit of famous history with the bride. If you need a reality TV refresher course, Chyna was previously engaged to Tyga and shares a child with the rapper. But since late 2014, her new beau Rob's little sister, Kylie Kardashian, has been in a serious relationship with Tyga. Got all that? Now, the latest pre-wedding drama appears to be swirling around Rob's proposal itself.
The new promo for the E! staple shows the Kardashian clan doing what they do best — enjoying some good, old family fun. But things look like they definitely take a major turn when the Kardashian sisters learn of Rob's engagement — while they were all on vacation in Vail, Colorado.
"He proposed in front of her whole family," Kim says, reading about the engagement on her phone, suggesting that the Kardashians were kept out of the loop of Rob's popped question plan. "That's so f—ed up," replied Khloé, clearly upset. A bit of a blow-out occurs later when Rob and his sisters arrange a sit-down that doesn't exactly go smoothly. "Listen to the hostility in your voice, that's exactly why I don't say anything," Rob explains to his sisters. "It's the first time I've ever proposed to someone in my life." Well, hopefully it's the last time, too. Call us crazy, but we really do want this famous twosome to work out!
Let's just hope that all this family drama blows over before the "I dos." Otherwise, we're nervous we'd have an "I object!" situation on our hands. (Although, that would be awfully good for ratings...)