Blac Chyna Has Completed Court-Ordered Parenting Classes As Custody Case Pushes Forward

Blac Chyna is one step closer to getting the custody deal she wants.

The influencer has now completed a court-ordered parenting class. The course titled “Our Children First” was offered virtually and was a requirement as part of Chyna’s custody and child support case. Chyna and Tyga are battling it out over child support and the living situation of her 11-year-old son, King Cairo. The “Rack City” rapper is currently seeking sole legal and physical custody, with Chyna having visitation rights, while Chyna is hoping to get joint custody with monthly payments from Tyga.

Before their recent custody battle, the former couple never had a court-ordered agreement in place for King. However, Chyna has admitted in past interviews that once she got pregnant with her daughter Dream from Rob Kardashian, Tyga had their son more often. The Young Money star has also spoken out about Chyna keeping King Saturday through Monday, an understanding that they’ve had in place for a while. However, Chyna now believes Tyga wants to “alienate” her from their child’s life.

Chyna, who primarily goes by Angela White now, has been changing her image over the last year. She shut down her OnlyFans account and has been vocal about turning over a new leaf. Specifically, she is now much more immersed in her spirituality.

Since the parenting class is mandatory in custody cases, it’s likely Tyga has also had to take the course as well. Yahoo states that it takes roughly an hour to complete, so if he hasn’t already, ensuring he undergoes the program shouldn’t be a big deal.

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