This Is What Blac Chyna Has To Say About Co-Parenting With Tyga And Rob Kardashian

Blac Chyna has been making headlines ever since Drake name-dropped her in a song called "Miss Me" from his debut album "Thank Me Later" in which he rapped, "Call up King of Diamonds and tell Chyna it'll be worth the flight / I be at my table stackin' dollars till the perfect height" (via Cosmopolitan). King of Diamonds, for reference, is the Miami strip club where Chyna danced, and thanks to Drake's popular lyrics about her, the student-turned-exotic-dancer became one of the top-requested dancers at the establishment by much of the Miami hip hop community.

After she appeared as a body double for Nicki Minaj in Kanye West's song, "Monster," Chyna solidified her spot in the entertainment biz, and less than a year later, she caught the eye of rapper Tyga. In October 2012, Chyna and Tyga welcomed their first child together, a son named King Cairo, and the couple took their relationship one step further and got engaged in late 2012. However, before they could tie the knot, rumors that Tyga had cheated on Chyna with Kylie Jenner began making the rounds, and the pair split in October 2014.

"When you don't want to be in a relationship with somebody anymore, you don't give a f**k what they're doing," Chyna said in an interview with Elle. "I was just like, thank God I'm out of that situation. And honestly, it was the best thing that I could've done because my life has changed so much for the better."

Blac Chyna and Rob got together in 2016

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's whirlwind romance made headlines from the get-go after Chyna posted a picture of her and the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" alum on her Instagram in January 2016. Less than three months later, Kardashian — whose younger sister Kylie Jenner was in a full-on relationship with Chyna's ex, Tyga, at this point — popped the question to his new love, and just one month after their engagement, it was revealed that Chyna and Kardashian were expecting their first child together (via People).

In November of the same year, the couple — whose tumultuous relationship was documented on the E! Reality show, "Rob & Chyna" — welcomed their daughter, Dream Kardashian, into the world (via Us Weekly). Unfortunately, Kardashian and Chyna couldn't make things work with one another, and after multiple breakups, social media fights, and legal battles, the pair called it quits for good.

"I was trying to give her a chance," Kardashian said about Chyna during a 2018 disposition, which was part of a September 2017 civil suit over alleged battery and assault (via InTouch Weekly). "I only want a child with one woman, so I'm going to give this woman a chance. But, you know, it never — it just never reconciled. It just got worse. Everything just got worse."

Blac Chyna got candid about co-parenting with Tyga and Rob

While it's no secret that Blac Chyna definitely went through her fair share of drama with Tyga and Rob Kardashian, it's not all bad blood between the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star and the fathers of her children. 

During an appearance on "The Wendy Williams Show," Chyna got candid about co-parenting with both Tyga and Kardashian, and what she said about her former lovers is actually quite shocking.

"Yeah, I don't get any child support from neither one of my children's fathers ... I feel like if they're doing their part on their end, and I'm doing mine, that's perfectly fine and the best co-parenting," she told the controversial talk show host (via Tulsa World). "I work every day, and I bust my tail to make sure my kids are good, stable, a roof over their heads, activities of course, and just everything."

Blac Chyna is co-parenting her way

Blac Chyna also opened up to Us Weekly in 2019 about co-parenting with "Rack City" rapper Tyga and luxury sock designer Rob Kardashian, telling the outlet, "Co-parenting is actually really good. I'm definitely grateful for both my baby fathers and whatnot. They do give me that break so I can rejuvenate myself as a woman and just get back focus. Or, if I have to do something, it just gives me that leeway. So, that's, I think, key."

"We have worked out a thing to where if I have Dreamy during this day, during the day, they could come get her and then vice versa with King, [where you would] get him at night if you have him during the day," she continued. "It kind of balances itself out."

And although Chyna admitted that she's not around the Kardashian family much anymore, she gave a little insight about Dream's relationship with her cousins, particularly, Khloé Kardashian's daughter, True. "I can't really speak on it too much, because I'm not actually over there," Chyna revealed. "But I definitely hear her talk about [Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson's daughter] True a lot. So, I'm thinking that they're super close."