Blac Chyna And Rob Kardashian (Finally) Have A Child Custody Agreement

February 26, 2019 / Posted by:

First, Madonna and Lady Gaga played nice on Oscars night, and now it seems like Blac Chyna andRob Kardashian are waving white flags in their custody and child support battle over their daughter, Dream. Who’s next?! Khloe Kardashian and Jordyn Whatshername– yeah, we probably need to wait a few seasons for that one. After months of verbal and maybe-physical altercations, Rob and Chyna were suddenly nice to each other today on social media. No, that doesn’t mean they’re aiming for a new reality show – they’ve reached a custody arrangement, and shit-talking is a huge no-no under the new court-ordered rules.

TMZ first dropped how Rob and Chyna were suddenly full of love toward each other after months of gold-digging accusations and trying to get a child support number that could keep Chyna, er, Dream in the life she’s used to. See for yourself:

Now, just to refresh ourselves: Rob was originally ordered to pay Chyna $20,000 a month in child support, but they went back to court since his ass can’t afford that. He had to sell the sock line to Kris Jenner, after all! You know it’s a sad day when Kris can’t even come up with a profitable story line for your ass – Chyna is believed to make more than Rob. Anyway, Rob is paying something, but it most certainly ain’t 20 grand. As for the precise custody arrangement, it’s still a tad murky.

TMZ only knows the new deal isn’t “radically different” from the old one, where Dream spent 70% of the time with Rob and the rest with Chyna. After all, PMK is getting her sock money back by indoctrinating Dream, North West, and all the under five-years-old Kardashians for KUWTK seasons 900-910!


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