AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna wants the world to know the truth. When setting the record straight on her and Rob Kardashian's child custody, the model clarified that they alternate weeks with their daughter Dream Renee despite her ex's previous claims.
On Tuesday, April 5, a source spilled to The Neighborhood Talk that the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum's daughter Dream is with Chyna on "Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday." The insider then stressed that "every other week [Chyna and Rob] alternate."
In the caption, the celebrity gossip account added, "So y'all need to get off Blac Chyna back. Rob should feel bad for creating that narrative to be honest." In response, Blac simply commented, "Facts," along with a prayer hand emoji.
Previously, Rob implicitly stated that Blac doesn't primarily spend time with their 5-year-old daughter when slamming Blac's claim that she receives "no child support" as a single mother. "Yesterday I had to give up 3 of my cars ...my reasons... morals, beliefs, being a single mother, no support," wrote the 33-year-old model/reality star via Twitter. In a separate post, she added, "Single no support child support."
In response, Rob said, "I pay 37k a year for my daughter's school. I handle every single medical expense. I pay for all her extracurricular activities." The son of Kris Jenner continued, "I have my daughter from Tuesday-Saturday. Why would i pay child support lol."
Aside from Rob, Tyga, who's also Blac's former lover, chimed in, "I pay 40k a year for my son school & he lives w me mon- sat." The 32-year-old hip-hop star, who shares his 9-year-old son King Cairo with Blac, continued, "Why would I pay child support lol." He later asked Rob, "@robkardashianofficial how u pay 3k less. Let me kno the plug [laughing emoji]."
In addition to her child custody drama with Rob, Blac is reportedly demanding a jaw-dropping $300 million from the Kardashian-Jenner family over the "Rob & Chyna" lawsuit. According to court documents obtained by Radar, Blac is seeking over $100 million in economic damages alone, in addition to "upwards of another $200 million in general and punitive damages."