The fake drama between Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian just got turned up a controversial notch.
Over the weekend, Chyna claimed her Instagram account was hacked, blaming a stranger for the release of a slew of scathing emails.
These leaked messages slammed Kardashian as "fat" and "lazy," while strongly implying that Chyna was simply using her baby daddy to get rich and famous.
Shortly after the supposedly hacked exchanges went viral, Kardashian posted multiple Snapchat videos that depicted an empty home and nursery; he said Chyna left him and took their daughter, Dream Renee.
Did this actually happened?
Or might Rob and Chyna simply have been trying to steal a few headlines the day their baby special aired on E!, while also setting up storylines for Season 2 of their ridiculous reality show?
While fans were left to debate the legitimacy of this so-called scandal, Chyna opened a new Instagram account and shared a clip on this page of her posing in faux blonde dreadlocks with hairstylist Kellon Deryck.
Moreover, she captioned the post with a red heart emoji.
(NOTE: Blac Chyna previously posted this same video on her original Instagram page on Tuesday, December 13; but decided to do so again after the alleged hacking.)
Within hours of this video going live, fans flooded Chyna's social media account with insults and questions.
They were aghast that she would hint at a new relationship so soon after leaving Rob.
Like, one day after leaving Rob.
"You should be ashamed of yourself," one user wrote, while another referred to Chyna as a "drama queen."
At least one individual actually believes this saga, meanwhile, offering support to Chyna and writing:
"You, Rob and Dream deserve better and can be better. There does not have to be an ounce of drama in your relationship whether you stay together or not."
Late Saturday night, someone wrote the following on Chyna's Instagram page:
From there, nearly 20 emails and text message snippets were released, including a chat with Jaden Smith and one instance of Chyna pretty clearly stating that she wanted to trademark the Kardashian last name and then leave Rob.
Would it take us by surprise if Chyna is only in this relationship for wealth and fame?
Not at all.
Do we really think someone hacked her account and that Rob's claim of being "broken" over his fiancee leaving him and any part of this drama is remotely real?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA, no. We do not.
And we are not alone.
As for who might be behind this phony story?
Twitter also has a pretty good idea...
These questions over how just how truthful he and Chyna are being at the moment have apparently reached Rob.
He's aware that folks think he's a giant liar who is only trying to generate attention for his dumb reality show.
So he took to Instagram on Sunday and swore that he isn't making up any of this drama.
"Chyna knew exactly what she was doing to get me. I can't believe she did this to me," Rob wrote on Instagram, alongside a clip of one of his Snapchat videos.
"And this isn't for some ratings this is my real life so please understand I'm just being open right now. Cuz if it was for ratings I wouldn't explain all this here.
"And with Chyna's messages and her leaving with everything and the baby I am broken."
That's another one of Chyna's alleged hacked messages posted above.
Do you think it's legitimate?
Or do you need a few minutes to stop laughing over all this absurdity in order to join in the chorus of those throwing major shade at Rob, Chyna and their entire attempt to make headlines?