In the ongoing court battle between Tyga and Blac Chyna, the rapper has recently made a surprising move by asking for sole custody of their 11-year-old son, King Cairo. This comes after Chyna stated that Tyga had not been cooperative in co-parenting their child.
Co-parenting can be a challenging task for many separated couples, especially those in the public eye. It requires a level of trust, communication, and compromise between both parents for the well-being and best interests of their children. However, it seems that Tyga and Chyna have been struggling with this.
Tyga’s request for sole custody is a drastic step, as it indicates a lack of faith in Chyna’s ability to provide a supportive and nurturing environment for their son. It also suggests that he believes he can better provide for King Cairo’s emotional and physical well-being on his own.
It’s important to note that we don’t have all the details surrounding their situation, as it is a private matter. However, it’s clear that their difficulties in co-parenting have reached a breaking point. The decision to pursue sole custody should never be taken lightly, as it can have long-lasting effects on both parents and, most importantly, the child involved.
In cases like these, it is crucial for both parents to put aside their personal differences and prioritize the needs of their child. This includes open and honest communication, attending co-parenting counseling if necessary, and finding a balanced and fair custody arrangement that works for everyone involved.
Hopefully, Tyga and Chyna can come to a resolution that places their son’s well-being at the forefront. Drawing from their own experiences as parents, they should strive to provide a stable and loving environment for King Cairo, regardless of the custody arrangement decided upon by the court.
By Adam S. Levy and Christine Rendon for Dailymail.com
01:19 Oct 17, 2023, updated 01:22 Oct 17, 2023
- Rapper, 33, filed documents seeking sole custody of his son, who turned 11 on Monday
- Chyna is also mom to daughter Dream, six, with Rob Kardashian, 36
- She has had a falling out with the Rack City rapper over finances and custody
Tyga has asked for sole custody of their son King Cairo, 11, in his ongoing lawsuit with ex Blac Chyna.
The 33-year-old rapper filed paperwork in Southern California offering Chyna, 35, a “reasonable right to parenting time to the party without physical custody,” The Blast reported Monday after reviewing court documents.
The latest filing in the case comes ahead of a November hearing in which the court will review custody and visitation arrangements for the exes in their co-parenting relationship with King Cairo, who turned 11 on Monday.
The Compton, California resident’s filing was in response to Chyna’s previous requests to the court in August asking for a “petition to establish parental relationship” and for child support to be set, leaving the Freaky Deaky artist was given “joint custody,” the outlet said.
The musical artist, whose full name is Michael Ray Stevenson, asked the court for “written consent of the other parent or party, or a court order, to remove the children from the state of California,” The Blast reported.
Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, asked the court to “issue child support orders and an income award without further notice to either party” in the custody case with the Rack City artist.
Chyna, who is also mother to six-year-old daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian, 36, said in legal documents that she has been forced to sell her own assets to survive financially as legal bills mount following her custody battle with the rapper. .
Documents obtained by TMZ earlier this month shed light on Chyna’s financial troubles and the alleged co-parenting issues she has faced with Tyga, who has been romantically involved with the 39-year-old singer for much of the year Avril Lavigne.
Chyna said she asked Tyga for financial help and was only able to pay her bills by selling her clothes, purses and shoes to friends and family, and through an online consignment store.
Chyna, who says she’s made about $178,000 from selling her belongings, says it’s only a temporary solution because she’ll eventually run out of stuff to sell.
Chyna also brought up issues she encountered with Tyga while co-parenting their child.
The reality star reportedly only has 24 hours a week to spend with King, but Chyna claims Tyga is interfering with the little time she has with their son.
Chyna alleged that Tyga withheld direct communications with her and other vital information.
She told the court that the rapper refuses to speak to her directly and will not release his contact information or give her the address where King lives.
Furthermore, she claims he withheld integral information about the health, safety and well-being of their child. She claims this includes the location of their child’s school and his prescription information.
But sources connected to the situation have refuted several of Chyna’s claims.
The insiders have told TMZ that Chyna knows where her son lives, and that Tyga has funded their son’s private school tuition, medical bills and most of the daily living expenses for toys.
Chyna wants her ex to pay $125,000 to cover her legal and accounting bills.
She also wants court orders to establish a regular and consistent schedule for their son that Tyga can’t get in the way.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Chyna asked the court in a July 24 filing to split joint legal and physical custody of their son, and to notify them of any details regarding his whereabouts and other details.
In the filing, Chyna included unknown details about King’s current living situation and stated what she believes should be done in the “best interests of the child.”
Chyna dated Tyga for three years after they met on the set of his music video Rack City in 2011.
The exes welcomed their son, King Cairo Stevenson, in 2012 and were briefly engaged before calling it quits in 2014.
In 2016, she began publicly dating her ex-fiancé, Rob Kardashian, the father of her six-year-old daughter Dream.
Chyna obtained a restraining order against Kardashian in 2017 after he allegedly posted nude photos of her online.
Chyna had accused him at the time of violating California’s revenge porn law.
Over the past year, the ex-stripper has turned her life around, found religion, quit OnlyFans, reversed her plastic surgery and stayed sober.