Blac Chyna revealed that she has no onerous emotions in direction of the Kardashian household, after shedding her $100 million lawsuit in a brand new interview with The US Sun, printed on Tuesday, July 11. The fact star, 35, denied feeling negativity in direction of them, whereas saying that issues have been going “easy” as she co-parents along with her ex Rob Kardashian, 36, who she shares a daughter Dream, 6, with.
When requested how issues have been between her and the Kardashian household, Chyna had solely constructive issues to say, whereas saying she was trying to get previous the onerous occasions they confronted throughout the 2022 lawsuit. “It’s going good. It’s going good. I feel that all the pieces will get higher, like with time, issues simply have to love form of transfer on,” she stated.
Chyna continued and stated she felt no in poor health will in direction of her ex’s household. “So far as negativity goes, no. On my facet, there’s by no means been something damaging. I don’t discuss them,” she defined. “I’ve by no means talked about them for what, the previous six years now. So it’s all love.”
When opening up in regards to the challenges of co-parenting with Rob and her different ex Tyga, Chyna revealed that there really aren’t any. “You realize what, really there aren’t any challenges, all the pieces’s been going like actually easy, which I’m actually grateful for,” she instructed the outlet.
Chyna’s authorized battle with the Kardashians got here to an finish in Might 2022, when the court docket dominated in favor of the well-known household, saying they’d not defamed Chyna. After the court docket dominated in favor of the Kardashians, Chyna did vow to attraction the ruling. Her movement to have the trial decide dismissed, citing bias, was thrown out in court docket shortly after the trial ended. After her authorized battle in opposition to the entire household, she was additionally within the midst of a lawsuit in opposition to Rob for a revenge porn case. The 2 of them reached a settlement earlier than going to trial in June 2022.