Blac Chyna Explains Why She Kept Some Of Rob Kardashian's Expensive Gifts

And she has a message for anyone accusing her of using Rob for his money.

By Sharon Lynn Pruitt

Blac Chyna has no time for anyone accusing her of using Rob Kardashian for financial gain. Following Rob's Instagram tirade earlier this month, new reports claimed that Chyna was refusing to return a number of expensive jewelry items from her ex.

Prior to Rob's rant, he reportedly sent a jeweler over to Chyna's place with 7 pieces of jewelry for her to choose from; after things went left, Chyna sent everything back to the jeweler, save two crazy expensive tennis bracelets.

In a new interview with People, Chyna explained that she kept the bracelets because she "liked them," but reiterated that she was quick to return everything else, without Rob even having to ask.

"I gave back Rob's jewelry because I feel as though I can't be bought. I'm not going to let [him] hang something over my head anymore. I also read that he said that he took the cars back. No, he did not. Those cars were leased, and I was going to have to give them back anyway," Chyna explained.

"But the day he posted all that stuff, I had two of my assistants drive the cars over to his house along with the jewelry, along with my engagement ring" she continued. "You know what? I didn't even ask Robert for anything back. I'd actually bought him a Range Rover."

Chyna also has a message for anyone who thinks that she used her ex for his money.

"I make my own money. I've been making my own money for a very, very long time. My first job was at McDonald's when I was 15. Years later, right after I had King, I wanted to do something that expressed myself, so I started Lashed Cosmetics," Chyna said. "The lipsticks, the full skincare line, the beauty bar and 88Fin clothing trickled down from that. Nobody supports me at all. If anything, I've gotten other people more money."

"I'll leave it at that," she added.

Are you #TeamChyna or #TeamRob on this one?

[Photo: Getty Images]

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