Blac Chyna Alleges Rob Kardashian & Tyga Don’t Pay Her Child Support As She Discusses Music Career

Blac Chyna attends the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California.
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Blac Chyna claimed that she does not receive child support on an interview on SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation, and in doing so she implied that neither Rob Kardashian nor rapper Tyga — the fathers of her two children — allegedly makes the payments.

The model shares son King Cairo Stevenson, 7, with Kylie Jenner’s rapper ex Tyga, and she shares 3-year-old daughter Dream Renée Kardashian with Kardashian. However, when asked during the interview about her “biggest flex,” she noted that she is proud of raising them both as a single parent.

“My biggest flex? I mean, just honestly taking care of my kids by myself as a single parent, but no child support. So that’s my biggest flex,” she said.

“I don’t get no child support. That’s my biggest flex.”

As The Daily Mail noted, the model first got together with Kardashian in January 2016, and after a whirlwind three-month romance, the pair became engaged. When they announced they were expecting a baby, they were given a Keeping Up With The Kardashians spin-off show entitled Rob and Chyna, but neither the relationship nor the reality show lasted long. According to The Sun, the couple was experiencing relationship troubles and had started living apart by October 2016. The publication noted that when Dream was born in November of that year, the celebrity pair briefly reunited, but their partnership ended for good by February 2017.

Post-split, Kardashian and Chyna endured a tumultuous 2017, which saw the mom of two attempt to sue the Kardashian family for allegedly getting Rob and Chyna canceled on purpose. Meanwhile, Kardashian posted nude images of a person who resembled Chyna on his Instagram account and accused the singer of cheating on him during their time together.

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna arrive at her Blac Chyna Birthday Celebration And Unveiling Of Her "Chymoji" Emoji Collection at the Hard Rock Cafe on May 10, 2016 in Hollywood, California.
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Chyna also spoke about her transition from modeling to singing during her appearance on the show.

“It’s totally different,” she said. “[Being a musician] is totally different than modeling or being on TV because with music you have to let people feel your emotion through a microphone.”

She added that communicating feelings through art “takes a lot of hard work and effort and emotion.”

However, Chyna appeared happy with the direction in which her career is heading, as she explained that she prefers “the process” of making music to modeling. In the latter, she noted, you can simply correct mistakes with Photoshop and move on.

In July, the model-turned-singer posted a racy picture to Instagram as she promoted her single “Seen Her.” The 32-year-old wore a black two-piece with significant cutouts that perfectly showcased her jaw-dropping curves. At the time, she asked her fans to take pictures of themselves listening to her song and to tag her in their posts.