Kardashians and Jenners are the media snowballers, with every step in their lives turning into a media fiasco to keep their relevance afloat. Even such a public family has deep secrets floating within, the details of which are ironclad between close friends. Blac Chyna has had a rough history with the family and has decided to voice her side of the story in a podcast split, “The Viall Files,” with host Nick Viall on Thursday.
The former ‘OnlyFans’ model recalled her messy split with rapper Tyga, where she alleges that he kicked her out of the house after finding out about his alleged affair with “underage” Kylie Jenner. Chyna and Tyga were engaged at the time and shared custody of their son, King.
Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, recalls the incident on the podcast, as per Page Six, “I feel like it ran its course and then he started talking to Kylie at the time, which she was like, 16 or something,” adding, “Yeah, I was engaged and stuff, so that’s kind of what ended it.” Chyna alleges that she found out about the relationship “the same way everybody else did, the Internet,” Page Six reports.
She explained the events after the relationship discovery, stating, “It was actually when Tyga’s friends threw me outside of his house,” adding, “Yeah, they packed my stuff up and put it in my, well, his truck at the time.” Chyna later added to this, “Packed it right on up and packed in the G wagon that he had given to me at the moment.”
Chyna commented on the complicated relationship dynamic whereby she has a son with Tyga, who then started dating Kylie Jenner, who was 16 at the time, who was, in turn, Kim Kardashian’s sister, and Kim and Chyna were fast friends. She said, “Me and Kim, we were really good friends. I was on her show and all this stuff like that,” adding, “We lived in the same community”. (via Page Six)
Continuing, she said, “And then her little sister started talking to Tyga, which was kinda crazy because she was underage, and then everybody came at me and started attacking me.”
The former stripper continued her story, “It’s like, nobody’s seen the betrayal that was going on behind my back,” adding, “Kim, and then her little sister, who she has no control over, started talking to my fiancé and then I get attacked. And it’s like, how does that work?”
She fast-forwarded to her speculated on-again-off-again relationship with Robert Karshadian, Kim’s brother, where they ended up having a daughter, Dream Kardashian, a year after which the couple split. She commented, “What makes it even more wild is the thing with me and Rob after that. Because Rob hit me up on the DM, and it’s like, ‘OK, what do y’all want now?’” adding, “It was like, ‘What are y’all trying to do to me now? Why is your brother in my DM?’ And then I started talking to him and I’m like, ‘OK, this guy is cool,’” Chyna continued. “We just fell in love and we had Dream.”
Per Page Six, Chyna said that it has been years since she has been quiet, but now she wants to tell her own story. She said, “I never used to talk about these things, but I’m like, ‘You know what, I think I’m kind of done with all that and I feel like people need to hear my side.”
Chyna updated her life story on the podcast, where she confirmed that she and Tyga were in the middle of a messy legal battle, where the rapper filed for sole custody of their son, King. According to Page Six, she claimed co-parenting with the rapper was “all good until recently this year” when she realized the “Taste” rapper was sneaking in more time with King amid her lawsuit with the Kardashian clan, which she ultimately lost.
Chyna recalled, “It dawned on me … that him keeping King longer right after I did the case with the Kardashians. That’s when he had kind of snuck that in there — trying to keep King, my son.” Chyna has since taken the high road, left OnlyFans, and embarked on her spiritual journey. She has asked to settle for custody of King to avoid a messy legal battle, the remunerations of which she is finding difficult to pay for, but the rapper denied it.
She concluded by saying that she was confident of her victory in the custody battle.