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Blac Chyna hints at wanting more kids after dramatic custody battles with Rob Kardashian, Tyga

Blac Chyna is open to having more kids with new boyfriend Derrick Milano despite going through messy custody battles with exes Tyga and Rob Kardashian.

Chyna — who has reversed a handful of plastic surgery procedurestold “Entertainment Tonight” on Tuesday that the only reason she would hop back on a surgical table would be to bring more children into the world.

“I feel like the only time I’ll have to get surgery again is if I have our babies,” Chyna said to Milano.

“I actually had two C-sections, so that’s the only surgery.” 

Milano agreed, telling the outlet that he “absolutely” wants to have kids with Chyna, 35.

Chyna — who now goes by her birth name, Angela Renée White — shares son King Cairo, 11, with Tyga and daughter Dream, 7, with Kardashian.

Blac Chyna and Dream

The “Rob & Chyna” alum said that she would consider going under the knife again if it was for a C-Section.

Despite the couple wanting to welcome children together, Chyna revealed that her kids are not so open to the idea.

“I think I said something to Dream one time, like, ‘Dream, would you want a little brother or sister?’ And Dream was like, ‘No,’” the “Rob & Chyna” alum revealed, adding that her daughter will occasionally change her mind.

“She’ll be like, ‘Well, I would maybe want a little brother, that way he’ll be really nice to me.’” 

As for how her co-parenting relationship with Tyga is going after the custody battle, Chyna told “Entertainment Tonight” that they’ve figured out what works for them.

“I feel like the only time I’ll have to get surgery again is if I have our babies,” Chyna said, referring to new boyfriend Derek Milano (pictured). Instagram

“We have structure. I think structure’s key,” she said. “I fought my way through it. It’s done. I’m so excited. You have no idea.”

“[It’s working] splendid. I’m in a better place, my kids. Having a structure for me and stability for me, is everything for me. Now everything else is going to trickle down because our foundation is strong.”

Just last month, the mother of two reached a custody agreement with her “Rack City” ex after a nasty public battle.

Tyga with son King Cairo

Chyna shares 11-year-old son King Cairo with Tyga. Tyga/Instagram

In the court documents obtained by TMZ, Tyga — born Micheal Ray Stevenson — and Chyna agreed to equally split custody of their son.

They also agreed that they would have the right to make decisions regarding the child’s general welfare, education and health. Most notably though, Tyga will not have to pay child support.

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The agreement comes after Chyna filed a motion in July 2023 in an attempt to illicit child support from the rapper.

“The court may make orders for support of the children and issue an earnings assignment without further notice to either party,” the document read.

Blac Chyna and son King Cairo

The reality star and the “Rack City” rapper had a messy custody battle last summer. Robin L Marshall/Getty Images

Soon after, Tyga took to social media to slam his ex for the court filing.

“10 years later…nah…stick to your schedule sat-mon,” he wrote in the comments section of a post shared by the Shade Room in August 2023.

However, Chyna doubled down in October by filing an income and expense declaration with the Los Angeles courts, claiming that she had been selling her belongings to “make ends meet.”

Tyga later clapped back, filing for sole custody of their son in October 2023.

Blac Chyna and Dream

However, the two reached a custody agreement in December 2023.
Blac Chyna/Instagram

The businesswoman and the “Taste” hitmaker began dating in 2011 and got engaged the following year. However, the two called it quits in 2014.

As for her battle with Kardashian, the former couple also went through a messy squabble over the custody of their daughter.

The former couple began dating in early 2016, quickly got engaged that April and welcomed Dream in November 2016.

However, their relationship ended the following year.

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian

The businesswoman also shares 7-year-old daughter Dream with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian. Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images

While the two reached a custody agreement in September 2017, neither Chyna nor the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star followed the agreement and found themselves back in a legal fight in 2020.

A source confirmed to Page Six in December 2020 that the exes had reached a new agreement that gave the two physical custody across an alternating weekly schedule.

Both Kardashian and Chyna also agreed to be drug and alcohol-free while Dream is in their care.

The two also came to a child support agreement in 2019 in which Kardashian’s once $20,000 a month child support bill was reduced to only the cost of Dream’s needs.


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