The reality TV star claimed she won’t be able to cover the costs of sorting out custody of their son King Cairo and potential child support without Tyga’s financial assistance. Blac Chyna requested aid after she already started selling her personal belongings, such as clothes and purse, to make money.
Blac Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, allegedly brought in more than $178,000 by selling her personal items. But she knows it’s not a sustainable source of funds since she will quickly run out of things to sell.
Earlier this year, Blac Chyna filed a petition to establish paternity of her 10-year-old son and collect child support. Tyga scoffed at her legal action.
“10 years later…nah…stick to ur schedule sat-mon,” he wrote in an Instagram comment.
Blac Chyna accused Tyga of not properly communicating with her, which disrupted her limited amount of time with their son. She even claimed he refused to tell her where their child lives.
Tyga previously dismissed his ex’s need for child support, noting how their son lives with him most of the time. She hoped to officially secure joint custody in addition to her bid for child support.