Blac Chyna, 35, and Tyga, 33, have been going back and forth on the issue of custody — and financial support — for their son King Cairo, 11, for years.
But the once-feuding exes have settled their differences and come to an agreement for joint legal and physical custody of their pre-teen child, TMZ reported on Friday.
Both will also have the right to make decisions about King’s health, education and general welfare.
Although Tyga requested full custody of their son, Chyna will have custody of her son from Friday through Monday and then Tyga will take over for the rest of the week.
Under the new arrangement, Tyga will not have to pay child support to his ex.
Blac Chyna and Tyga have been going back and forth on the issue of custody – and financial support – for their son King Cairo, 11, for years
TMZ broke the story revealing that the parents will have joint legal and physical custody of the pre-teen; seen in 2019
The court also ordered each parent to not speak disparagingly about the other around their son, and both stars have to enroll in a program that will monitor the conversations between them about co-parenting.
Chyna dated Tyga for three years after meeting on the set of his music video Rack City in 2011.
The exes welcomed their son, King Cairo Stevenson, in 2012, and were briefly engaged, before calling it quits in 2014.
Chyna was seeking reimbursement for the money she’s spent on the custody battle as well as child support.
In October, Chyna reportedly turned to selling clothes, purses and shoes to stay afloat amid the pricey court proceedings, which has netted her around $178,000 so far.
At the time, she stated that she could not keep fighting for custody of her son without financial help from Tyga.
The Cash Only singer, born Angela Renee White, also said that the Loco Contigo rapper was only allowing her to see her son for 24 hours each week.
But the court ruled that Tyga does not have to pay Chyna’s legal bills either and the new custody agreement puts a more equitable split of the week in place.
The custody arrangement is a much-needed legal win for Chyna — though she and Tyga appear to be on the same page — following her disastrous legal battle against the Kardashian–Jenner Family.
Both will also have the right to make decisions about King’s health, education and general welfare; seen in March in Atlanta, Georgia
Although Tyga asked for full custody of their son , Chyna will have custody of her son from Friday through Monday and then Tyga will take over for the rest of the week
Under the new arrangement, Tyga will not have to pay child support to his ex; seen October 4 in LA
After filing a multi-million dollar defamation suit against members of the family, she was vanquished when she was ultimately award no damages.
Chyna had sued the reality stars for $140 million over claims that they had worked behind the scenes to get her reality series Rob & Chyna — which documented her tumultuous relationship with Rob Kardashian — canceled.
But she has since said that everyone involved is ‘in a great place,’ and she has since been making major personal changes, including getting implants removed and filler in her face dissolved to reverse some of the cosmetic changes she had made to her appearance over the years.
The reality star also took a new interest in religion, which has lately inspired her, and she also gave up alcohol to focus on her health.