Rob and Blac Chyna Settle Custody Battle


On Saturday, the 3o-year-old shared an adorable picture of Dream on Twitter calling her, "my twin".

After a long battle, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have finally settled their custody war over their 10-month-old daughter Dream.

The former couple will share 50/50 custody of their daughter, and Chyna has chose to drop the domestic abuse charges against Rob for now.

According to TMZ, Rob has also agreed to pay Chyna's hefty legal bill, and most of Rob's $20,000 a month in child support will go directly to nannies.

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have been fighting non-stop since calling it quits on their tumultuous relationship last December.

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The pair are headed back to court later this month in respect of the restraining order.

Apparently, Rob wants a good portion of the dough to go to a team of nannies, because he's concerned about his baby mama's parenting skills.

Meanwhile, a source told People that Kardashian is doing well after a custody agreement was reached at the end of the week. A source told Hollywood Life that Rob is considering taking "Dream out of the situation, because he loves her more than anything, [Rob] hates where things have gone with Blac, and he wishes he never got involved with her".

Committee Chyna would have met with the lawyers to Rob Kardashian to negotiate his big cheque. Rob's family keeps being supportive.

Rob and Chyna working together put the best interest of their child first and have amicably resolved their personal matters. "They just want Rob to move on", says the source. In fact, a few days ago, the ex-couple was able to agree on the custody of their little girl of 10 months.