'Greedy' Rob Kardashian Cashing In On Baby Daughter Dream!

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Source: AKM-GSI

Nov. 16 2016, Published 4:10 p.m. ET

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Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's daughter, Dream Kardashian, isn't even a week old and she is already raking in big bucks for her reality star parents, has exclusively learned.

After inking a massive deal to film and air Dream's birth on a special episode of Rob & Chyna, the newborn's parents also created a website and social media platform for their infant, including an Instagram and Snapchat account.

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In addition, a source close to the overweight 29-year-old said, "Rob is also creating a separate line of 'Dream Kardashian' socks to be sold under his Arthur George collection."

However, the insider insists that Rob and soon-to-be bride Blac Chyna, 28, believe that they are NOT selling their daughter out!

"Rob wants to limit how much camera time Dream gets on the reality show because he does not want her to grow up with the false sense that she is a star," said the source, adding, "Rob and Blac want Dream to have as normal of a life as possible."

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Needless to say, Keeping up with the Kardashians grandmomager, Kris Jenner, 61, has a different agenda). according to the insider.

"Kris has already had it out with her son over this because she wants to use her granddaughter to boost ratings for KUWTK," the source told "But Rob told his mother that he is not having any of it."

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