Grammy-nominated rapper Tyga has offered a swift response after his ex-fiancé, model Blac Chyna, filed for joint custody and child support for their 10-year-old son, King Cairo. In a recent post shared by The Shade Room on August 25, which highlighted Chyna’s court filing, Tyga commented in an apparent clap back.
The model, aged 35, initiated the legal action by filing a petition to determine the parental relationship against Tyga. The filing, dated July 24, requested joint legal and physical custody for their son, with the intent to share parenting responsibilities.
In a witty retort, Tyga, 33, replied to the news with a playful reference to their co-parenting arrangement, stating, “10 years later…nah…stick to ur schedule sat-mon.”
The court documents, obtained by The Blast, outline Chyna’s intentions for shared custody and express her belief in acting in the “best interest of the child.” Additionally, the filing addresses the possibility of child support arrangements, with specific details on the monetary request remaining undisclosed.
Blac Chyna and Tyga began their relationship in late 2011, and their son King Cairo was born on October 16, 2012. While the couple got engaged shortly after their son’s birth, their relationship came to an end in August 2014.
The public exchange between the former couple highlights the ongoing discussions surrounding co-parenting and financial responsibilities. This interaction isn’t the first of its kind, as both Tyga and Kardashian, Chyna’s ex-partner from a subsequent relationship, have previously shared their perspectives on child support through social media.
As the legal proceedings and discussions continue, the focus remains on the wellbeing of King Cairo and the collaborative efforts between Chyna and Tyga in raising their son.
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