Blac Chyna, whose birth name is Angela White, recently opened up about her financial struggles and revealed that she has resorted to selling her personal belongings just to make ends meet. In a surprising turn of events, she has reached out to her ex-boyfriend Tyga for financial support in their ongoing custody battle.
Blac Chyna, also known as Angela White, has revealed her financial struggles and the steps she has taken to cope with them. She has resorted to selling off her personal belongings but acknowledges that this is only a temporary solution. In the midst of a custody battle with Tyga over their son King, Blac Chyna is seeking financial support from Tyga to continue fighting for her child.
Selling Personal Belongings to Survive
In newly obtained legal documents, Blac Chyna states that she has been selling her clothes, purses, and shoes through an online consignment store, as well as to friends and family, in order to supplement her income. This has reportedly brought in over $178,000 for her this year. While this has helped her cope with plummeting business sales, she acknowledges that it is only a temporary solution as she will eventually run out of items to sell.
Financial Struggles Amid Custody Battle
Blac Chyna is currently engaged in a legal and physical custody battle with Tyga over their son, King. In the legal documents, she mentions that the mounting legal bills are putting a strain on her finances, and she is unable to continue the fight for her child without financial assistance from Tyga.
Alleged Interference and Lack of Communication
According to Blac Chyna, Tyga has been interfering with the limited time she has with their son. She claims that he refuses to directly communicate with her or share important information about King’s health, safety, and welfare. This includes withholding the location of King’s school and details about his prescriptions.
Blac Chyna is seeking court orders to establish a consistent and regular schedule for visitation rights with King, which she believes Tyga is obstructing. Additionally, she is requesting Tyga to contribute $125,000 to cover her legal and accounting fees.