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Blac Chyna says she has a “positive” co-parenting relationship with exes Tyga and Rob Kardashian despite years of public spats.
The former reality TV star — who shares son King, 10, with the rapper and daughter Dream, 6, with Kardashian — recently told the Daily Mail that she has been working on her relationships with the men amid her “life-changing journey.”
“With Robert and [Tyga], it’s never been like no bad blood or anything negative,” she said in an interview published March 26.
“But moving forward in 2023, it’s all positive vibes with co-parenting,” she continued. “Everything’s calm, there’ll be no more situations.”
The update comes one year after the men slammed Chyna for claiming she received “no support” from them.
At the time, the 34-year-old, born Angela White, said that she “had to give up” 3 of her cars because she is a “single mother” with “no child support.”
Both Tyga and Kardashian were quick to respond to the model’s claims, arguing that they both have custody of their children for the majority of the week and pay around $40,000 for private school.
Around the same time, Chyna also lost a $140 million defamation lawsuit against Kardashian’s famous family.
During the trial, it was revealed that the mother of two pulled a gun on Kardashian and allegedly beat him with a metal rod.
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Since then, the exes have been able to mend their broken relationships for the sake of their children — however, Chyna is still trying to prove herself as a mother.
The model rarely shares glimpses of her children on social media, leading many people to question her role in their lives.
“I don’t post them a lot,” she said. “I do see comments saying, ‘Oh, she don’t never have the kids’ and I’m like, ‘Yeah, right. Yes, I do, I just don’t post them.’”
Chyna says she wants to “keep their privacy as their privacy” so that one day they can decide for themselves whether or not they want to lead a life in the public eye.
“For me to just throw my kids out there and be posting them on social media is something that I’m just not into,” she continued. “So, that’s why y’all don’t see a lot of my kids.”
Despite deciding to keep her kids offline, the former OnlyFans model says she is “not really bothered when other people post them.”
“I feel like as long as Dream and King are loved, and it comes from a great place then I’m all for it. As long as they are happy, that’s all I really care about.”
Chyna and Tyga, 33, started dating in 2011 and got engaged just a few years later. However, in 2014 their relationship came to a crashing halt when he left Chyna for Kylie Jenner.
Then in 2016, Chyna shocked the world when she started dating Kardashian, who is Jenner’s half-sibling.
The pair called it quits just one year later after the arrival of their daughter.
Meanwhile, Chyna has been focused on making positive changes in her life over the past month — getting baptized, removing a “demonic” tattoo and reversing all of her plastic surgery.
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