Jonathan Cheban Slams Amber Rose And Blac Chyna As 'Ghetto, Street Bullies'

05/06/2015 12:13 pm ET | Updated May 06, 2015

Just when you thought it was all over, Kim Kardashian's BFF Jonathan Cheban has inserted himself right in the middle of the Kardashian-Jenner family's feud with Amber Rose and Blac Chyna.

In an interview with RadarOnline, the former CEO of a public relations firm, who now runs his own gossip website, didn't hold back.

“Kylie [Jenner]’s young, they’re not. They are bullies,” Cheban told the website of Rose and Chyna (the latter of which actually used to be friends with Kim). “Both of them are kind of street. They take it to another level and they’re always looking for a fight."

Cheban is of course referencing all the drama that has gone down in recent months since 17-year-old Jenner began dating Chyna's ex, Tyga, with whom she has a 2-year-old son.

By drama, we mean Rose's claims that the rapper left her friend for the teenage reality star on a radio show back in February, saying that Jenner is a "baby, she needs to go to bed at 7 o'clock and relax," and that 25-year-old Tyga "should be ashamed of himself." "He has a beautiful woman and a baby and left that for a 16-year-old who just turned 17," Rose said.

Jenner and Chyna have been trading jabs via Instagram posts for the last few months, and recently Chyna has taken aim at Jenner over her famous lips.

Even though Jenner has been fighting back in her own right, Cheban clearly feels protective of the teen.

"I want to bully them back. They're really aggressive. They should at least wait till Kylie is 18," he told RadarOnline. “I want to show them what it is like. I’m not taking sides. They’re too ghetto, too street. They’re bullies.”

The 41-year-old, who runs TheDishh.com, also told the website that should any video from their pasts as strippers emerge, he'll be happy to post them on his site.

“I’ll put crazy videos of them up. People want to see them. It doesn’t get any classier with these two," he said.

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