Blac Chyna Talks Co-Parenting With Tyga and Rob Kardashian
| LAST UPDATE 03/29/2023
Blac Chyna recently gave fans an update on her co-parenting relationships with exes Tyga and Rob Kardashian. The reality star stated that she’s focused on staying positive and maintaining a good relationship with the fathers of her children.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Chyna shared that, “With Robert and Micheal, it's never been like no bad blood or anything negative. It was just two different people in two different paths. And one day, those paths collided and that's how we got the babies." She added that co-parenting has been smooth sailing lately and that there’ll be "no more situations." Chyna and the Kardashian family have had well-publicized drama in the past, including a $140 million defamation case that Chyna filed against them. However, the jury ended up awarding no damages. Despite their differences, Chyna has said that everything is positive now, and she’s focused on raising her children with respect and love.
Chyna also commented on why she rarely posts pictures of her children on her social media. She wants to keep their privacy as their privacy and refrains from posting them often. She stated that she sees comments saying, "Oh, she don't never have the kids," but assures her followers that she does have her kids, but just chooses not to post about them. She did reveal that she may start sharing more glimpses of her family life with her followers, but she wants to make sure she feels comfortable with the internet first. Another point that Chyna wanted to make clear was that she doesn't mind if other people post her children on social media, as long as they come from a good place with love and respect. She just wants her children to be happy and well-loved, which is what matters the most to her.
Despite any previous issues, it’s clear that Chyna is prioritizing her children's happiness and well-being. Co-parenting can be tricky, but Chyna has shown that positivity and respect for one another can create a healthy environment for children.