The man who Rob Kardashian accused of hooking up with Blac Chyna before asking for a handout fired back at the reality star Thursday — by posting a pair of pictures of Chyna in bed.
Rarri True — a rapper also known as Ferrari — responded to Kardashian’s shocking social media tirade by sharing to Instagram a photo of him and Chyna laying shirtless in bed together, as well as another of Chyna wearing what appeared to be the rapper’s chain.
The photos came a day after Kardashian published nude photos of Chyna to his Instagram in an act of revenge, amid his claims she cheated on him with Rarri.
He also claimed in the rant that Rarri asked Kardashian for money because he couldn’t afford to pay for Chyna’s bills, and had threatened to “expose” her if he didn’t pay up.
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“He texted me asking for help and said he needed money cuz he can’t afford to pay Chyna’s bill so that’s why I pay her bills,” wrote Kardashian during the rant.
The TV star, 30, also shared a photo of Rarri wearing his robe and sitting in the bed where Kardashian says he and Chyna conceived their daughter, Dream. Kardashian added in the rant that he had given $ 250,000 worth of jewelry to Chyna earlier this week — a claim Rarri appeared to address in his posts Thursday.
“That 250k In Jewelry Ain’t mean S–t to RARRI,” he captioned the photo of Chyna wearing the chain.
During his rant Wednesday, Kardashian repeatedly re-posted the nude pictures of Chyna, even as Instagram continued to take them down. His account was eventually blocked, so he moved over to Twitter to post the same images.
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Those pictures were later taken down from Twitter as well, though his account remains active.
Chyna, who gave birth to her daughter with Kardashian last November, is exploring “legal remedies” after Kardashian’s social media attack, her attorney told People.
Attorneys Lisa Bloom and Carrie A. Goldberg told the Daily News that Kardashian could face up to six months in jail for violating California’s revenge porn law.
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