Blac Chyna and Tyga Settle Custody Dispute Over Son

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Blac Chyna and Tyga have resolved their lengthy custody battle over their 11-year-old son, as detailed in recent court filings.

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According to documents filed on April 16, the two parties have settled their differences regarding child custody, visitation, and legal fees.

“Parties have reached agreements on child custody, visitation, and payment of their respective attorney’s fees. In light of these agreements, the parties wish to conclude this matter without further litigation,” the court filing revealed.

“Both parties acknowledge that they have entered into this Stipulation and Order voluntarily and free of any duress or undue influence,” the document further notes.

As a result of the settlement, all upcoming court dates have been cleared from the schedule.

The dispute between Blac Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, and Tyga, real name Michael Stevenson, has been one of high tension and public interest, involving their son King Cairo.

In a 2023 interview on “The Viall Files” podcast, Chyna discussed the complexities of co-parenting with Tyga. According to US Weekly, the couple began dating in 2011, got engaged in 2012 after the birth of their son, but eventually parted ways as their relationship “ran its course,” with Tyga moving on to Kylie Jenner in 2014.

Chyna expressed her distress over Tyga’s subsequent relationship with Jenner, particularly upset by the public backlash she received during that period.

“‘Then her little sister [Kyle Jenner] started talking to Tyga, which was kind of crazy because she was underage. Everybody, kind of, came at me and started attacking me. Nobody’s seen the betrayal that went on behind my back of me talking to somebody, Kim, and then her little sister—who she has no control over—started talking to my fiancé. Then I get attacked. How does that work?’,” Chyna remarked, as reported by US Weekly.

Chyna’s later relationship with Rob Kardashian added more fuel to the fire, leading to a whirlwind of media attention and further legal disputes with the Kardashian family, including a defamation lawsuit that was eventually dismissed.

“A Los Angeles jury found that Kim Kardashian and her family did not unjustly harm the career of model Blac Chyna. The civil panel had been deliberating and returned verdicts in favor of Kardashian, her mother, Kris Jenner, and her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner,” the legal documents noted.

Chyna once claimed that the Kardashian family had a hand in ending her and Rob’s reality show “Rob & Chyna,” which was not renewed after their breakup.

Despite these challenges, Chyna reflected positively on her role as a mother on the “Viall Files” podcast.

“‘As crazy as things may seem in the beginning, I’m just glad I was always relaxed and calm. Now I have my Kingy and my Dreamy and they just really helped shape the woman that I am today. I’m so grateful for them’,” she shared according to US Weekly.

To date, neither Blac Chyna nor Tyga has made public comments regarding the finalized custody arrangement.

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