Oop! In response to his ongoing situation with Blac Chyna (aka Angela White) over their son — King Cairo, 11 — Tyga has reportedly decided to seek full physical and legal custody.
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Update On Tyga & Blac Chyna’s Custody Battle Over King Cairo
According to Entertainment Tonight, Tyga recently made the move after Blac Chyna began seeking additional time with King. While Tyga’s seeking sole custody, the outlet reports he wants White to have “reasonable visitation” on the weekends.
This update comes nearly two months after Blac Chyna filed to establish paternity, child support, and joint custody, as The Shade Room reported.
Within her filing, White accused Tyga of “refus[ing] to communicate” with her about their son, even going as far as saying the “Rack City” rapper wouldn’t share his home address with her. She also accused Tyga of having “no regard” for her as a mother.
In turn, Tyga stepped into the TSR comment section to shut Blac Chyna down, telling her to “stick to [her weekend] schedule.”
Looking Back On Other Recent Developments
As the situation continued, news broke that White was selling her fashion pieces to fund the custody battle. Additionally, Blac Chyna was reported as seeking $125K from Tyga to help cover her legal fees, per TMZ.
Blac Chyna eventually defended her decision during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, proclaiming, “I don’t think nothing’s wrong with selling your old stuff.”
“The most important thing for me right now is battling my custody case to get my son, King. … I’m not gonna give up, at all. Moms don’t give up on their kids.”
It’s worth pointing out that the custody situation broke out on the heels of White suggesting that things were going well as she navigated co-parenting with Tyga and Rob Kardashian.
In fact, she told Entertainment Tonight, “Time heals everything. … As long as my kids are good and happy on both sides, that’s all I care about as a parent.”