Blac Chyna Criticizes Kylie Jenner For Taking Daughter On Helicopter That Killed Kobe Bryant

Blac Chyna slams Kylie Jenner for taking daughter, Dream on the same helicopter that killed Kobe, his daughter and seven others.

Blac Chyna has slammed Kylie Jenner for taking Dream Kardashian for a ride in the helicopter that was later involved in the fatal Kobe Bryant crash.

The 31-year-old model shares Dream with Rob Kardashian and is extremely upset that Kylie took her daughter on the ‘unauthorised’ flight in November.

The same helicopter crashed on Sunday, killing nine people including NBA legend Kobe and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.

In the wake of the tragedy, Blac has hit out at 22-year-old billionaire make-up mogul Kylie for her actions, which she believes put Dream at risk uneccessarily.

People has reported that Blac’s lawyer, Lynne Ciani, has released a statement about Kylie’s actions, after the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star paid tribute to helicopter pilot Ara Zobayan, who died in the crash.

The statement read: “Chyna has become aware that Kylie Jenner is using the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant, his beautiful daughter, and seven other precious souls to profess her ‘distress’ that she and Dream had ridden on the same helicopter with the same pilot prior to Sunday’s horrific crash.

“What Kylie failed to disclose was that Chyna never gave Kylie permission to take her precious daughter Dream on a helicopter ride and that Chyna never would have given Kylie that permission.”

Ciani continued to point out: “No parents should find out after-the-fact that their child has participated in a dangerous activity without their permission.”

The statement ended with Blac paying tribute to all that lost their lives in the tragedy: “[Blac] sends her heartfelt prayers and condolences to all of the families impacted by yesterday’s tragedy.”

Blac has reportedly been involved in a contentious custody battle with Rob, 32, who has been seeking to have full custody of their daughter.

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