Rob Kardashian Requests A 'Real' DNA Test To Prove Daughter Is His

9:36 AM EDT 4/18/2017 by Menahem Zen, Celebeat Reporter

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Rob Kardashian is reported to request a DNA paternity test to prove that Dream Renee Kardashian is truly his daughter. Last year, Blac Chyna was about to take the DNA test, but it was just a publicity stunt for their reality show "Rob & Chyna."

Chyna was reported to take the paternity test in December last year,-according to report from E! News. Since its premiere in September 2016, "Rob & Chyna" continued to drop its rating. Part of the reason is because the show could not deliver the intensity and richness as "Keeping up with Kardashian." Therefore, the producer decided to take a bold step by creating a rumor about Chyna's pregnancy and the father of the child toward the season finale.

In the final episode of "Rob & Chyna," Chyna talked to her male friend that she wanted to take a paternity test. Next, the scene switched to show her in a physician room who inserted a needle into her arm. Automatically,audience would assume that she took a paternity test. The truth is, she only took a regular blood test for pregnancy, as reported by Daily Mail.

The publicity stunt failed to increase the rating, as the season finale of "Rob & Chyna" scored the lowest viewership ratings. Nevertheless, the entire drama took a toll on the both Chyna and Kardashian, as he is reported to demand a real paternity test to be taken. Kardashian wanted to ensure that Dream is his daughter.

In the "Rob & Chyna," Kardashian accused Chyna of cheating on him with her ex-boyfriend the rapper Tyga. She denied, but she sometimes used that to irritate him. Finally, in order to end the "Rob & Chyna" show dramatically, she was portrayed to take a paternity test as reported by Entertainment Tonight below:

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