Tyga and Blac Chyna have resolved their longstanding custody disputes concerning their 11-year-old son, King Cairo, reaching an amicable agreement. The 34-year-old rapper and the 35-year-old model finalized their arrangement with the aid of a judge, as reported by TMZ.
According to the outlet, the court has mandated the use of a co-parenting communication monitoring program for Tyga (Michael Stevenson) and Chyna (Angela White). The former couple will now share joint physical and legal custody, involving collaborative decision-making on matters related to their son’s health, education, and overall well-being. Under the agreement, King will spend weekdays with Tyga, from Monday to Friday, and weekends with Chyna, from Friday to Monday. Additionally, Tyga will not be required to pay child support.
This resolution follows Chyna’s filing in July, where she sought a determination of the parental relationship with Tyga and requested joint legal and physical custody. Tyga responded to the filing on social media, emphasizing the established schedule. In an October podcast interview with Nick Viall and Natalie Joy on “The Viall Files,” Chyna expressed her desire to maintain normalcy in King’s routine amidst the legal battle. She recounted the evolution of their co-parenting schedule, explaining how it changed due to her pregnancy with Dream and other life changes.
Chyna revealed that their co-parenting was going well until recent events, expressing concerns about Tyga keeping King longer after her legal case involving the Kardashians. Despite the challenges, she expressed anticipation for a positive resolution and voiced her wish that circumstances had been different. Chyna is also the mother of a 7-year-old daughter, Dream, whom she shares with ex Rob Kardashian.