Blac Chyna certainly didn't "dream" she'd have to do everything by herself! The model-turned-singer recently claimed that Rob Kardashian provides "no child support" for their three-year-old daughter, Dream.
During an interview with Sirius XM's Hip Hop Nation, the 32-year-old said that, while she has multiple houses and cars, her biggest "flex" has been "just honestly taking care of my kids by myself as a single parent, with no child support," she said. "That's my biggest flex." Watch the interview below.
The mother of two — who welcomed Dream in 2016 — also accused ex Tyga, 30, of skipping out on child support for their son, King Cairo, 7. The former duo met in 2011 and got engaged in 2012, after welcoming their son, but called off the engagement in August 2014.
The socialite began dating 33-year-old Kardashian in January 2016 and got engaged three months later. After announcing they were expecting, the former couple was granted a short-lived spinoff of Keeping Up With The Kardashians called Rob and Chyna.
According to The Sun, by October 2016, the duo was already on the rocks and "living in separate houses." The couple reconciled for a brief period after welcoming Dream in November 2016, but eventually called it quits in February of the following year.
2017 was an explosive year for the former love birds, after the KUWTK personality posted nude images of someone who appeared to be his former fiancé on Instagram and accused the singer of cheating. Chyna filed a lawsuit against the Kardashian-Jenner krew, accusing them of purposely trying to get their short-lived series canceled because of her race.
The 'Cash Only' singer accused her ex of being "an abuser" with "intent on destroying her, the mother of his baby, who left him in 2016," The Sun reported.
In court documents obtained by Us Weekly in April, Kardashian accused Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, of "pointing a gun at his head" and attempting to "choke him with an iPhone charger" during an argument in 2016, just a month after the former couple welcomed their daughter.
The TV personality got off the hook of having to pay Chyna $20K a month in 2019 after a Los Angeles judge ruled that "no child support shall be payable by either party to the other," according to papers obtained by Radar Online. "The parties shall equally share the costs of the minor child’s medical insurance premiums, any uninsured emergency or routine medical care and any mutually agreed upon pre-school or private school."