Blac Chyna open to having more kids with new boyfriend Derrick Milano
Despite her bitter custody battles with exes Tyga and Rob Kardashian, model Blac Chyna has said she is open to having more kids with her new boyfriend Derrick Milano.
Blac Chyna is open to having more kids with her new boyfriend Derrick Milano.
The 35-year-old model and born again Christian – who has gone back to using her birth name of Angela White and recently reversed a string of her plastic surgeries – made the admission despite going through messy custody battles with her exes Tyga, 34, and Rob Kardashian, 36.
She told ‘Entertainment Tonight’ about how she would be willing to get back on a surgical table 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.
“I actually had two C-sections, so that’s the only surgery.”
Rapper Derrick, 30, agreed during the chat, saying he “absolutely” wants to have kids with Blac, who has son King Cairo, 11, with Tyga and daughter Dream, seven, with Rob.
Even though Blac wants more kids, Blac admitted her children are not fans of the idea.
She said: “I think I said something to Dream one time, like, ‘Dream, would you want a little brother or sister?’ and Dream was like, ‘No’.”
But adding her daughter will occasionally change her mind, she said: “She’ll be like, ‘Well, I would maybe want a little brother, that way he’ll be really nice to me.’”
Blac has also told how her co-parenting relationship with Tyga is going after their custody battle, saying: “We have structure. I think structure’s key. I fought my way through it. It’s done. I’m so excited. You have no idea.
“(It is going) 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.”
Blac last month reached a custody agreement with Tyga, and court documents obtained by TMZ showed Tyga – real name Micheal Ray Stevenson – showed she had agreed to equally split custody of their son.
The former couple also said they would have the right to make decisions regarding the child’s general welfare, education and health – while Tyga will not have to pay child support.
The agreement came after Blac filed a motion in July 2023 in an attempt to illicit child support from the rapper.
Blac went through a similar bitter fight over the custody of her daughter with Rob, who she got engaged to in April 2016, the same year they had Dream.
Their relationship ended the following year and even though they had a custody agreement in place by September 2017, they ended up in a legal fight in 2020 after they failed to follow it.
It’s understood they now have a new agreement that gives them both custody of their child on an alternating weekly schedule.