As documented on his Instagram account, Rob Kardashian's holiday weekend seemed to consist of carefree pool time with his seven-month-old daughter Dream, who chilled adorably on a unicorn float. But by Wednesday morning, Rob's Instagram account was also filled with numerous vitriolic posts accusing Dream's mother, Blac Chyna, of doing drugs, sleeping with other men in the bed where they conceived their daughter, and having Dream to spite Tyga, the father of her first child and ex boyfriend of Rob's sister Kylie Jenner.
The very much off-again former couple is not new to social media spats, but this one is by far the most intense to date — and it's still going strong.
One of many posts that summarizes Rob's beef says, "All u may think my daughter may see this one day and I hope she does because this isn't love. I never want my daughter to be raised by a woman like Chyna who cheats and does drugs and alcohol with my baby in the house. Chyna been doing this long before me but I chose to luv all of her cuz I don't judge. But the second the baby was born she got body surgery I paid for and was gone from me and dreams life. She could only Breast feed for 4 weeks because she wanted to drink alcohol so bad. My daughter is the best thing that happened to me and she will know that Chyna did this out of spite not luv cuz she mad my little sister took her baby daddy."
He claimed that Chyna sent him a video of her kissing another man. And several times he reposted a selfie taken by an aspiring rapper named Rarri True that Rob says was taken in the bed inside Chyna's house, which he says he pays for himself.
Rob has also posted, then deleted, multiple graphic pictures of Chyna's exposed body parts that were captioned with critiques of alleged plastic surgery he said he paid for after Dream's birth.
Chyna has responded twice via Snapchat to level a serious charge of her own:
“Rob u did all this but u beat me up and try act it never happen!!!!! U put hand on me I swear on god!!!! On my kids but I’m supposed to be quiet because you’re a Kardashian," she posted, followed by, "The light will come to the light.”
UPDATE at 3:52pm ET: Hours after he began posting the messages, Rob's posts were no longer available on Instagram, but the reality star reposted many of the same messages on his Twitter account.