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Khloe Kardashian Likes Shady Comment About Blac Chyna Amid Legal War With Family

Khloe likes the idea of Kim Kardashian lending a helping hand to the family after the mother of four passed her law exam as they are battling brother Rob’s former fiancee in court.

AceShowbizKhloe Kardashian secretly threw subs at Blac Chyna on the internet. Khloe dissed Chyna as the latter was embroiled in a legal battle with multiple members of Khloe’s family following split from Rob Kardashian.

Khloe liked an online post praising older sister Kim Kardashian on her latest achievement while at the same time dissing Chyna, who nearly became a member of the Kardashian/Jenner clan when she was engaged to Rob.

“Big congratulations to mommy for passing the baby bar. I know the haters are sick today. Mommy is a step closer to being able to practice as an attorney in the state of California,” the post started innocent enough by sending love to Kim for passing her law exam.

But it got shady when Blac Chyna was mentioned, “She’s already helping Uncle Rob’s legal team find loop holes in the all lawsuits Blac Chyna has filed against the family.”

Khloe has since removed her “like” after it was picked up by fans.

Blac Chyna sued the Kardashian family for allegedly using their influence with E! to get her reality show with Rob Kardashian canceled by the network after just one season.

Meanwhile, Rob accused Chyna of assault.

The former couple share daughter Dream. They agreed to joint custody of the kid.

Little Dream Kardashian is Chyna’s second child. She also has a son from her previous relationship with Tyga who used to date Rob’s sister Kylie Jenner.

Earlier this year in a chat with Wendy Williams, Chyna revealed she didn’t receive any child support from both of her exes.

“No not all. Yeah, I don’t get any child support from neither one of my children’s father,” she claimed. “I work every day, and I bust my tail to make sure my kids are good, stable, a roof over their heads, activities of course and just everything.”

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