Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna: 'They’ve Been Split For Weeks!'

Feb. 21 2017, Updated 4:05 p.m. ET

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Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian split up weeks ago and there's no hope of them getting back together. That’s the word from sources who say Chyna's tired of "pretending" and wants to move on with her life.

"Every time she tries to leave him, either he or his people come back with business reasons why they should keep the charade going for image or business purposes," an insider revealed to Radar exclusively. "But she’s done with pretending and just wants out now."

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"Blac's going to screw him for as much as possible and run for her life — it’s just about timing. The pulse keeping this relationship going has long since gone," the source added.

As Radar readers know, it's been a rocky road for the pair, who welcomed daughter Dream just three months ago.

Trust issues have been a running theme for the couple on their reality show, Rob & Chyna, as both parties have accused one another of cheating on several occasions.

Insiders said troubled Rob, 29, who has battled with both depression and Diabetes, even refused to film the series for weeks at a time last year.

Back in September, a source close to the couple told Radar that Chyna gave her baby daddy an ultimatum to "straighten up," or else she would take drastic measures to keep him from their child.

Sure enough, just before Valentine's Day, Chyna was seen on a romantic night out with a mystery man, ditching her engagement ring. Of course Radar also caught her cozying up to Pilot Jones long before she split from Rob.

But Kardashian hasn't been able to give up the ghost yet it seems, as a source told Radar earlier this week: "He’s so desperate and determined to get her to marry him, he’s offered to go without a prenup."

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