Blac Chyna Opens Up on Co-Parenting With Rob Kardashian

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 23: Blac Chyna attends the 2019 BET Awards on June 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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Though he’s not a daily presence in the media in the same way that his sisters are, Rob Kardashian still gets a good amount of spotlight every so often--especially in his relationship with ex-fiancé Blac Chyna. Recently, Chyna spoke up about her co-parenting arrangement with Kardashian again, saying that, thankfully, all is still well.

“Co-parenting is good,” Chyna said in an interview with RuPaul Charles for his talk show RuPaul (via People). “So there’s no animosity in the air, everything’s like, good. We’re all in a good place."

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Chyna and Kardashian have maintained a tempestuous relationship since the birth of their daughter, Dream, in 2016--breaking up, reconciling, and eventually breaking up again. Subsequently, Kardashian posted sexually explicit photos of Chyna on his Instagram without her consent, for which he received a ban that was only recently lifted.

Recently, according to People, Chyna has clashed with the Kardashian family over her daughter’s appearances in Keeping Up With the Kardashians. After Rob Kardashian and his attorney had sent Chyna a letter saying that she could not feature Dream on her upcoming docu-series, The Real Blac Chyna, without Kardashian’s consent, the child appeared on KUWTK without Chyna’s consent, in what Chyna called a “desperate attempt to boost the dismal ratings for their stale and contrived show, without my approval.”

Subsequently, however, Chyna told RuPaul that she has “no beef” with the Kardashians and that “I don’t have any drama and I don’t think vice versa.”

We’re glad to hear that Chyna and Kardashian’s co-parenting has been going pretty well--though if these recent conflicts are any indication, they have a ways to go before they can create the best situation for their daughter.