Blac Chyna is reportedly not asking Rob Kardashian for child support for their daughter, Dream. The reality TV star doesn’t mind raising her children by herself.

A tabloid recently claimed that Chyna is an independent woman, and she wants to be able to support her kids financially on her own. “It doesn’t matter to Chyna whether or not she’s entitled to any money when it comes to caring for her children,” an unnamed source told the tabloid.

“She really wouldn’t have it any other way than to be in a financial position to be able to support her children on her own,” the insider added. Before becoming a reality TV star, Blac Chyna worked as a stripper so that she could support her schooling.

In 2013, she was trained to become a professional makeup artist. She also starred in her own reality TV show with Kardashian called “Rob & Chyna.” She also launched Lashed by Blac Chyna, a line of false eyelashes.

“Blac Chyna has always been an independent woman her whole life,” the source said. “Chyna has always taken care of herself financially from the time she was young and has never been one to lean on anybody else when it comes to being taken care of.”

In March, TMZ revealed that Kardashian no longer needs to give his daughter child support. The publication said that the initial arrangement was for the ex-couple to split their daughter’s child support.

Prior to this, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star was forced to pay Chyna $20,000 per month. Sources told the publication that the parent who’s caring for Dream at a specific time is the one who needs to pay for her needs. For instance, if Dream will be living with her dad for a month, Kardashian is expected to pay for her vitamins, clothes, food and more.

A source also revealed that Chyna arrived late for her final hearing with Kardashian. And after they reached an agreement over Dream, Chyna reportedly asked her baby daddy if he wanted to hang out with her. Kardashian declined the invitation.

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