Blac Chyna has finally settled her custody battle with her ex-boyfriend, Tyga.
The two were at odds primarily over the parental schedule of their son, King Cairo. Chyna previously argued that Tyga was not being transparent about several matters regarding their son and wanted a judge to put their previously set schedule in place. She claimed they’d established an informal agreement after she gave birth to her daughter, Dream, with Rob Kardashian. However, given the lack of transparency on Tyga’s part, Chyna sought the court to validate their arrangement.
Under the deal, both parents will have joint physical and legal custody, giving them equal ability to make decisions regarding Cairo’s healthcare and education. Chyna will keep him from Friday to Monday, with the “Rack City” star having Cairo the remaining days of the week.
Additionally, neither parent is allowed to speak negatively about the other in front of the child and must use a court-assigned program to monitor their co-parenting communications, XXL confirms. Chyna also sought child support, though she will not receive any payment with this arrangement. Over the past year, she has rebranded as Angela White and quit OnlyFans since aligning herself with Christianity. However, the former video vixen has admitted that this move has slowed down much of her cash flow, forcing her to sell some of her items to stay afloat. Chyna said neither of her children’s fathers pays child support, though both have fired back regarding the financial support they offer their children.
Hopefully, she and Tyga’s relationship can remain amicable for the sake of their son.