Rob Kardashian's new neck tattoo might be of Blac Chyna's name

Did Rob Kardashian Get Blac Chyna's Name Tattooed on His Neck: See the Snapchat

Rob Kardashian may have showed his devotion to fiancee Blac Chyna even more by getting inked.

In a series of Snapchat videos posted by the 28-year-old pregnant model on Thursday, Rob is seen with a new neck tattoo that appears to be the name Anjila in cursive. Chyna's real name is Angela White, and Anjila is how her named would be spelled in Arabic.

WATCH: Blac Chyna Still Has 52 More Pounds to Go to Meet Pregnancy Goal Weight

If, in fact, the 29-year-old reality star did get a tattoo of Chyna's name, it wouldn't be the first time he's expressed his love through fresh ink.

When he was dating Adrienne Bailon from 2007 to 2009, he got her name tattooed on his left rib cage. Then, when he started seeing Rita Ora in 2012, he had the Bailon tattoo covered up with a portrait of the British pop star.

WATCH: Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna Talk Wedding, Pregnancy, and Whether They'll Give Their Baby a 'K' Name

Earlier this year on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, his sister, Kim Kardashian West, made fun of his Ora ink, calling out her brother's weight gain. "He covered [Adrienne's name] with a life-sized Barbie doll of Rita that has now turned into a Cabbage Patch," Kim joked. "Have you seen it lately?"

More recently, Rob --who's been working hard all year to lose weight -- had a run-in with his sister, Kourtney Kardashian, on KUWTK over Chyna. See why Kourtney claims her brother threatened to slam his "disgusting family" in public:

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