The fathers of Blac Chyna’s children, Rob Kardashian and rapper Tyga, have fired back at her claims that she receives “no support”, from her exes.
Rob Kardashian and Tyga have slammed Blac Chyna after she claimed she receives no child support from them.
The model who has children with both Kardashian and Tyga posted a series of tweets, suggesting she doesn’t get any financial help for her kids.
She shares a nine-year-old son King with the rapper and five-year-old daughter Dream with the reality star.
“Yesterday, I had to give up three of my cars … my reasons … my morals, beliefs, being a single mother, no support I’m a MAMA,” the socialite tweeted in a post shared by The Shade Room on Thursday.
She added in a second tweet, “Single no support child support.”
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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum fired back at his ex-fiancee’s allegations, commenting on The Shade Room’s Instagram post.
“I pay 37k a year for my daughter’s school. I handle every single medical expense,” the TV personality wrote.
“I pay for all her extracurricular activities. I have my daughter from Tuesday-Saturday. Why would i pay child support lol.”
Tyga also responded to Chyna’s post, writing, “I pay 40k a year for my son school & he lives w me mon- sat. Why would I pay child support lol.”
The Light It Up singer followed up by asking Kardashian a question, “@robkardashianofficial how u pay 3k less. Let me kno the plug”
The former Rob & Chyna stars settled their child support battle in March 2019.
Kardashian, 35, had been paying Chyna $US20,000 per month but requested his payments be lowered because his financial situation had changed.
The judge ruled in the Arthur George designer’s favour and said each of them should only be responsible for paying for their daughter’s needs.
Chyna has not asked for child support since the ruling.
According to their 2020 custody agreement, both Kardashian and Chyna have physical custody of Dream across an alternating weekly schedule, a source confirmed to Page Six at the time.
The former couple also agreed to share equal time over holidays and vacations.
At one point, the former dancer took pride in not receiving child support, bragging in September 2020 that taking care of her kids, sans help, was her “biggest flex”.
— with Page Six