Over the last year, much of the drama surrounding Kylie Jenner involved her boyfriend Tyga's ex, Blac Chyna.
Rumors were continuously swirling that Chyna was throwing shade at the reality star—be it through social media, interviews or even friends' commentary (like Amber Rose).
Thus, when news broke that Chyna had started dating Kylie's brother Rob Kardashian, jaws dropped among the famous family and fans alike. Even more drama escalated at that point, causing a greater divide among the siblings as they questioned whether the whole thing was a ploy for attention.
But then those selfies happened.
Kylie and Chyna seemed to put a halt to their feud when they took to Snapchat to share a couple photos together, joking that they'd been "best friends" all along.
So how did they turn all the drama around?
"Every family is going to be defensive in the beginning; I don't care who you are or what the situation is – they're going to be protective," the expecting mama told People magazine. "But everything is positive now."
She continued, "We've all talked. I've met up with Kylie. Everybody is mature. We're not holding on to grudges. We've moved on."
In fact, while Chyna says she and Rob won't be doing any double-dating with Tyga and Kylie, she notes there's "no animosity," and she even trusts the 19-year-old with her son, King.
"Everybody is super comfortable," she said. "I feel comfortable with Kylie being around my son, King, and I'm sure Tyga feels comfortable having King around Rob."
Rob agreed, saying their relationship actually brought the famous family "closer" to him again. "I see my family on a daily basis," he revealed. "We all support each other."