Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have settled their custody war.
“Rob paid a heavy price to get her to drop her domestic violence allegations. Sources familiar with the situation state, Rob and Chyna have agreed to joint custody of 10-month-old Dream. We’re told under the deal, Rob gets a skosh more than 50% custody. Now the money. We’re told Rob drew the line during negotiations at $10k a month for child support, but she wanted north of $50k. There was some horse-trading, we’re told, and Rob agreed to double his offer and pay Chyna $20k a month, and she agreed in return to drop her domestic violence allegations. You’ll recall, Chyna got a restraining order against Rob after claiming he allegedly beat her up and threatened to kill himself. As for the $20k a month, we’re told a chunk of that will go directly to nannies. We’re told Rob is concerned about Chyna’s parenting. Sources say she left Dream at home this weekend while she left to party, and he wants to make sure there are enough nannies to protect the kid. And, Rob has agreed to pay Chyna’s legal bill, which is not chump change.”
An Unbothered Blac Chyna Breaks Her Silence On Social Media
Blac Chyna seems to be the definition of unbothered. Less than 24 hours since she was trashed by her ex fiancee, Rob Kardashian, Chyna released images of a new look. The 29-year-old posed with new multi colored hair, wearing a form-fitting white ensemble. Check out a few of Chyna’s new looks. Blac Chyna simply posted images supporting her new brand called, Lashed Cosmetics.
Blac Chyna doesn’t want money from Rob Kardashian … she wants distance. Sources close to the warring couple tell us Rob is cutting Chyna off financially. He’ll no longer make payments on her Tarzana rental. He also has the 2 cars he gave her and jewelry as well. We’re told Chyna actually returned the cars and jewelry to Rob. She’s fine paying the rent herself — she’s squirreled away money from various appearances as well as their reality show. She’s also confident she has earning power post-Rob. The big ticket item — supporting Dream. Our sources say Chyna has no intention of going to court for child support, at least for now. We know Rob wants to raise the baby himself, and it doesn’t seem Chyna is putting up much of a fight on that front. Fact is … her other kid, King Cairo, is being raised primarily by Tyga. It’s unlikely in the foreseeable future either one of them will go to court for money or custody. They both have significant issues, and we’re told they don’t want to risk an adverse ruling by a judge.
Whether bothered or not by all the social media drama that escalated from her ex, Chyna is definitely showing a lot of women how to keep focus on your business and ignore the drama no matter the size. Her latest photo shoot comes amidst the famous Kardashian reality star taking to social media accusing her of cheating on him with multiple men, while releasing nude photos of her. Chyna has yet to comment publicly about the controversy.
The world joined in with trying to get Rob Kardashian to calm down and let it ride but of course he was not having that. Celebrities like TI, Snoop and even 50 cent chimed in with posts. Check out their comments below.
TMZ also reported that, Rob Kardashian has crossed the line by posting pics of Blac Chyna’s vagina on social media and the public back and forth between them is causing long-term damage to Dream … this is what the Kardashians are telling friends. We’re told the Kardashians are adamant … ANY public feuding between Rob and Chyna is unacceptable. They are ashamed the war has become a public spectacle and hurting the family name. Even worse than damaging the brand, family members worry Rob and Chyna are hurting 7-month-old Dream. In particular they cringed when Rob posted, “She had a baby out of spite” to get back at Tyga. They say this is the kind of stuff a child will see later and it can cause long-term damage. More immediately … the Kardashians think it’s damaging for Dream to live in homes where the parents are at war. The family still maintains loyalty to Rob and wants to help him, but their main concern is Dream and the impact the war is having on her well-being.
What are your thoughts on all this drama that escalated?