In a new episode of Nick Viall’s podcast The Viall Files, Blac Chyna, originally known as Angela White, talks candidly about the highs and lows of her relationship with rapper Tyga.
Explaining the circumstances that led to their breakup in 2014, Chyna says that the relationship had reached its limit and that Tyga’s friendship with Kylie Jenner—who was just 16 at the time—changed the course of events.
In a startling admission, Chyna says that, like the rest of the public, she learned about Tyga’s relationship with Kylie via the internet.
Fall 2014 saw the start of rumors about Tyga and Kylie dating, and soon after, Chyna says she was taken by force from the house she shared with Tyga.
She said Tyga’s pals broke up with her after three years of dating by packing her stuff and evicting her from the house.
This open conversation illuminates Chyna’s emotional cost and the public scrutiny she endured throughout this trying time.
Her admission of the eviction gives the story a dramatic turn and sheds light on the difficulties of managing a prominent relationship in the public glare.
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s Romance
Blac Chyna found herself engaged in another turbulent affair after the turbulent breakup with Tyga, this time with reality star Rob Kardashian.
The podcast covers the unexpected sequence of events that transpired after Rob sent out a direct message.
After being dubious of the Kardashian brother’s intentions at first, Chyna soon felt a sincere connection that resulted in a developing romance.
Chyna describes how their love developed and how Dream, their daughter, was born. But the couple’s trip didn’t finish happily; after they separated in 2017, a contentious court fight broke out.
Chyna accused Khloé Kardashian, Kim, Kylie, and Kris Jenner of purposely interfering with her E! contract over her reality show Rob & Chyna. Chyna filed a lawsuit against all of them.
Rob filed the case after posting pictures of Chyna in her undies on Instagram and accusing her of drug and alcohol addiction as well as adultery.
After Kim was removed from the defamation lawsuit, the legal drama changed, and in May 2022, a jury ruled the Kardashian-Jenner family not guilty of defaming Chyna.
Chyna said on the podcast that she is now in a “great place” with the Kardashian-Jenner family despite her turbulent history.
Chyna discusses her co-parenting arrangements with Rob and Tyga in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight.
She places a strong emphasis on the role that time, development, and shifting circumstances have in mending relationships and creating supportive co-parenting environments.
Chyna considers how resilient her children are and how crucial it is to make sure everyone in their blended family is happy as she concentrates on King and Dream’s wellbeing.