They might be constantly fighting in court, but one thing is clear: the son of Tyga and Blac Chyna is getting baptized, and those who want to see him reportedly must sign an NDA (a non-disclosure agreement), and those who violate the terms and conditions of their access has to pay $500,000, according to Radar.
The outlet reports that 11-year-old King’s baptism will require guests to sign an NDA in which “any and all guests or third parties in attendance also sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement, prior to the baptism.” Radar claims to have obtained a copy of the agreement.
Those joining King’s baptismal celebration will face a device check, with phones, smartwatches, and other tech to be temporarily withheld.
“In addition, I agree that I will be obligated to pay to Artist, and agree to pay to Artist, the sum of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) as a reasonable and fair amount of liquidated damages to compensate artist for any loss or damage resulting from each breach of the terms hereof,” the NDA states.
The purpose of the NDA is to ensure that all photos and videos of King are controlled by Tyga and Blac Chyna, who now goes by her real name, Angela White.
“[Guests] shall be permitted to use King’s 3 name, image, likeness, or any indicia of King’s identity on any platform, including all social media 4 platforms, in connection with the baptism,” the document reads.
Court Battle After Battle
As Finurah previously reported, White filed a Petition to Determine Parental Relationship against Tyga, who has physical custody, in Los Angeles Superior Court. In her petition on July 24, she sought joint custody of King and requested $125,000 from Tyga to cover her legal expenses.
Tyga is estimated to have a net worth of about $8 million, while White, who reportedly underwent a Christian rebrand and purportedly was once the highest-paid celebrity on OnlyFans before she left the platform, now claims to be living paycheck to paycheck. She recently sold her used clothing and accessories online just to make ends meet, according to her court filing.
White is legally allowed to spend a minimum of 24 hours per week with King. However, she claimed that Tyga was not only disrupting her time with their child, but also refused to communicate directly with her and withholding critical information, such as his contact details and King’s current address.
Tyga pays for their son’s private school tuition, medical bills, and most living expenses.
By December, White and Tyga had finally worked out their custody disagreement over King, as reported by the New York Post. They now both have joint custody, sharing decisions about their son’s welfare, education, and health. Importantly, Tyga, he it seems will have primary physical custody, will not be making child support payments.
White shares a daughter with Rob Kardashian, and she is also fighting Kardashian for custody rights.