Blac Chyna and Tyga Reach 'Amicable' Agreement on Child Custody Battle
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In the agreement, both parents are not allowed to talk poorly about the other around King, and they'll sign up for a program to monitor communication back and forth about co-parenting.

AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna and Tyga have sorted out their bitter child custody battle over their son, King Cairo. The model, who now goes by her real name Angela White, reportedly has "amicably" settled their dispute with the "Ayy Macarena" hitmaker.

According to TMZ, the 35-year-old and the emcee will have joint legal and physical custody. They will also have the right to make decisions on the 11-year-old's education, health and general welfare.

Sources told the outlet that Angela will get King every weekend from Friday to Monday. Tyga, meanwhile, will have him the rest of the time. Both parents are not allowed to talk poorly about the other around King, and they'll sign up for a program to monitor communication back and forth about co-parenting.

Angela previously accused Tyga of "diminishing" her role as King's mother in legal docs. "I was left completely in the dark as to where King lived, what Respondent's contact information was, or what was happening in King's life," she allegedly wrote. "He continued to interfere with my time with King, with little to no communication."

Angela had to put her clothes, purses and shoes up for sale because she was struggling financially during the custody war. However, when speaking to Entertainment Tonight October 3, the socialite clarified, "I feel like a lot of things hold energy, right? And we had discussed this before, I just kind of wanted a fresh start. And I don't think nothing's wrong with selling your old stuff."

"I feel like, at this point in my life, I don't really value materialistic things," she further elaborated. "Yeah, it looks nice, but it's like, why go out and grind and hustle for this money to go and spend it on something that could potentially just disappear?"

"You might leave it somewhere, somebody could rob you, steal from you and all of that," the former "Rob & Chyna" continued. "That's why I kind of like also stepped away from wearing a lot of flashy jewelry. I feel like I'm a target already, so why even bring more attention to myself?"

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