Rob Kardashian Shuts Down Blac Chyna's Critics, Reflects on "Dark Times" Before They Met

Rob Kardashian Shuts Down Blac Chyna's Critics, Reflects on "Dark Times" Before They Met

The reality TV star opens up about his relationship with his pregnant fiancée.

By Jocelyn Vena

Since falling in love, there has been no shortage of attention put on Rob Kardashian and fiancée Blac Chyna. From their engagement (and that ring!) to their emoji baby announcement, the couple haven't exactly been keeping a low profile. This week, the future Mrs. Angela Kardashian stirred up some buzz when she appeared on the cover of Paper magazine completely naked with her baby bump on full display. She's also featured on the latest cover of Elle dressed in minimal clothing. But Rob won't hear any of the criticism over the risqué photo. "Proud of u mama @blacchyna," he shared on Instagram. "AND I LOVEEEE how mad some of you are. So many miserable people."

Don't expect to see any less of the couple. They will soon be the stars of their own E! series, Rob & Chyna. With the premiere nearing, Rob has shared how Blac Chyna has changed his life, crediting her for helping him conquer the "insecurity of being out in public." "She got me through my darkest times," he told People. "I wasn't happy in my own skin. I missed out on so many things."

In the last few years, Rob has mostly kept himself out of the spotlight (unlike his famous sisters), but he's still managed to get attention due to rumors surrounding his personal life, his weight loss, and a diabetes diagnosis in 2015. "I've been friends with Chyna for a long time," he said. "She was someone I reached out to for advice. She would cook for me and we'd just talk. She's surrounded me with a lot of positivity. From the moment we met, I knew I wanted to be more than friends."

As for his future bride, she told Elle that she feels very comfortable around the dad-to-be. “Around Rob, I’m always able to speak my mind and speak freely and not care,” she shared, via Entertainment Tonight. “I can do the craziest stuff or say the craziest stuff, and he doesn’t judge me. Like if my stomach hurts, I don’t have to pretend. I can go straight to the bathroom. It’s those little things that really make a big difference.”

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