Blac — don’t allow your fury over your ex, Tyga, getting involved with Kylie Jenner take priority over what’s in your son, King Cairo’s, best interests. Don’t make him a pawn in your relationship battle.
Blac Chyna & Tyga’s King Cairo Custody Battle: Don’t Fight
You are fed up with rapper Tyga, 25, galavanting around with Kylie Jenner, 17. You think his relationship with her shows bad judgment, according to TMZ. Now, you’re going to try to punish Tyga in a way that really hurts — by denying him visitation with King, during the week, sources tell the site.
Blac — this is just a terrible idea, for multiple reasons. Most of all, it’s terrible because you’re not doing what is in the best interest of little King Cairo. King needs to see his daddy as much as possible. Every child needs both parents in his or her life, in the most involved way possible.
King is only going to grow up to be happier and more secure if he always has a close, loving relationship with his dad.
Right now, Tyga spends lots of time with King. He adores him and dotes on him. Being with King Cairo is a huge priority for Tyga. Why would you ever want to try and break that bond? It’s not going to be good for King, or ultimately, for you.
Do you really want to be a single mom?
Blac Chyna & Tyga Custody Battle — You’re Jealous Of Kylie
Secondly, you’re not really doing this because you think Tyga is a bad dad. You don’t. “Truth be told, [Blac] doesn’t think Tyga’s a bad father. She sees how much Tyga loves King. How he loves taking him to the park. How he teaches him how to tie his shoes and reads to him,” a source close to you reveals to HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
No, your custody battle is solely about your jealousy over Tyga’s relationship with Kylie Jenner. It’s making you furious. “She just feels she’s the more stable parent…she also doesn’t have an emotional teenage girl running around her house throwing temper tantrums. The only person throwing a tantrum at her house is King,” explains the source.
You’ve already mocked Kylie’s lips on Instagram and released private texts between yourself and Tyga in an attempt to humiliate Kylie and break up her relationship with Tyga. Since that didn’t work, and they’re still together, you’re now arming yourself with a top divorce lawyer, according to TMZ. But trying to wrestle custody away from Tyga has “slim to no chance,” according to Los Angeles attorney Mychal Wilson.
“In light of Blac Chyna’s own activities as a parent [videotapes of Blac Chyna out at clubs late at night and twerking with Amber Rose], her chances of obtaining full custody of her child from Tyga “are slim to none”, Wilson explains to HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
He warns that a judge may believe that your real motive is simply to obtain greater child support payments and he or she won’t look favorably on that.
Blac Chyna: Drop The Custody Fight Over King Cairo
So Chyna, 27, going to court could backfire on you. You’ll hurt your already damaged relationship with Tyga, which will make co-parenting even more difficult. The person who will bear the brunt of your nasty tug-of-war will be — guess who? — innocent little King Cairo. He’ll sense the tension and anger between you two, plus, he may not get to see Tyga or you as much as he wants and needs. He won’t understand why his parents are fighting.
He may even think it’s his fault. And that would be terrible.
So, Blac — think again. Do not go down the road in an expensive custody battle. You’ll lose money, get more frustrated and angry and little King will be the victim in all of this. Try having civil sit-down conversations with Tyga and try and accept that at least for now, he’s moved on. You won’t win him back by battling this way. Make peace for the sake of your son and yourself.
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Should Blac drop her custody fight? Let me know.
— Bonnie Fuller
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