Blac Chyna Fighting Tyga For Custody Of Son King Cairo Over Kylie Jenner Romance

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By James Crugnale

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Blac Chyna is reportedly fighting Tyga for primary custody of their 2-year-old son King Cairo, in part due to his relationship with Kylie Jenner. The model is said to be seeking sole physical custody, and demanding the rapper pay increased child support for housing expenses, food, education, and more.

According to TMZ, Chyna is only offering weekend visitation rights to the rapper, as she is not only unhappy about Jenner’s presence in her son’s life, but also wants the toddler to stop being transported between homes as often since he will be starting pre-school. Tyga previously wanted full custody himself, but he and his ex have been co-parenting since their breakup. No legal documents have been filed yet, but TMZ says Chyna has already lawyered up.

As Gossip Cop previously reported, Tyga and Chyna dated for several years before a very acrimonious split. The music star began dating Jenner, who is still a minor, last year. Chyna reportedly plans to argue that Tyga’s decision to date someone who is underage means he is an unfit parent. She also wants to limit Jenner’s involvement in King Cairo’s life, apparently believing the teen is not mature enough for such a situation.

Jenner, who went to church with Tyga and his son on Easter last month, has repeatedly feuded with Chyna on social media. Most recently, as Gossip Cop reported, Chyna dissed Jenner last month by posting a photo of herself wearing big wax lips, mocking the reality star’s infamously plump pout. Chyna also posted what she claimed were text messages from Tyga saying he wanted to be a “family” with her again.

For his part, Tyga has maintained that he’s moved on, and wants to be with Jenner regardless of the age difference. Gossip Cop will have updates. What do you think of Chyna seeking custody?

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