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Jeff Jenkins, former co-president of Bunim-Murray and executive producer of 2016 reality series “Rob & Chyna,” testified in court Friday that the couple never secured a second season for the series.
While on the stand, Jenkins claimed that networks including BET, VH1, Lifetime and MTV were uninterested in picking up a show featuring Blac Chyna alone, and that he wouldn’t back a second season due to the pair’s volatility.
“I would not pick up this show,” he admitted via Zoom from his home in San Pedro, Calif. “There was no more Rob and Chyna.”
Jenkins said he green lit their first season after a meeting with the couple where Chyna came off as “witty” and Rob Kardashian appeared to be very happy in his relationship.
“That was really exciting,” Jenkins said. “That was the first and the last time I saw the couple happy.”
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By the time the show began filming, the pair were at odds.
“She was furious with him… and he was furious with her. It was very negative. It was very difficult to shoot a show ‘Rob & Chyna In Love’ when they were not even talking to each other.”