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Blac Chyna has opened up about how she decided to move forward without bitterness after her former fiancé, rap star Tyga, left her for Kylie Jenner in 2014.

The 34-year-old reality star, who is now going back her birth name Angela White, saw her relationship status become a constant hot topic in August that years after her romance with the rapper – which whom she shares son King, 10 – came to a surprise end in August 2014, amid speculation the Rack City hitmaker had begun dating teenage reality star Kylie.

Tyga and Kylie, who was 17 years old at the time, went official with their relationship in March 2015, leading many to believe that his ex would harbor a grunge over the situation.

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, Chyna insisted that she didn’t let Tyga and Kylie’s relationship affect her as she stated: ‘No, it didn’t bother me. But that’s always been my personality… I just see stuff for what it is. You can’t make somebody want to be with you.’

Former flame: Blac Chyna has opened up about how she made peace with the fact her former fiancé, rap star Tyga, left her for Kylie Jenner (pictured in 2014)

Former flame: Blac Chyna has opened up about how she made peace with the fact her former fiancé, rap star Tyga, left her for Kylie Jenner (pictured in 2014)

Shock twist: Tyga and Kylie, who was 17 years old at the time, went official with their relationship in March 2015 - shortly after his split from Chyna (pictured in 2016)

Shock twist: Tyga and Kylie, who was 17 years old at the time, went official with their relationship in March 2015 – shortly after his split from Chyna (pictured in 2016)

She continued: ‘Then on top of that, I’ve always been a really driven person. I just looked at it like, “Okay, now it’s time for you to really get out there and succeed for you and your son. Do not worry about anything that that comes in a way.”  To keep focused that way.’

Indeed, the former stripper did move on and surprised the world when she went public with Kylie’s half-brother, Rob Kardashian, in January 2016.

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Ultimately, the relationship came to an end in 2017 after the birth of their daughter, Dream, six.

Though tensions have been high at times with both of her baby fathers, including a viral post in which the pair slammed a statement shared by Blac Chyna in 2022 about not receiving child support, Chyna claimed that she now has a positive co-parenting relationship with them both.

‘With Robert and Michael, it’s never been like no bad blood or anything negative,’ she explained, adding with a laugh. ‘It was just two different people in two different paths. And one day, those paths collided and that’s how we got the babies.’

Chyna continued: ‘But moving forward in 2023, it’s all positive vibes with co-parenting. Everything’s calm, there’ll be no more situations.’ 

The Rob & Chyna star found her skills as a mother being called into question following her public spat with Tyga and Rob after the men insinuated that they were the main caregivers to their children.

However, Chyna stated that her decision not to post pictures of her children had led to an incorrect assumption about how much time she actually spends with them.

Letting go: Chyna told DailyMail.com that she knew better than to hold a grudge because ' you can't make somebody want to be with you'

Letting go: Chyna told DailyMail.com that she knew better than to hold a grudge because ‘ you can’t make somebody want to be with you’

Surprising pairing: The former stripper surprised the world when she went public with Kylie's half-brother, Rob Kardashian, in January 2016

Surprising pairing: The former stripper surprised the world when she went public with Kylie’s half-brother, Rob Kardashian, in January 2016 

Her world: Chyna is mother to 10-year-old son King with Tyga and six-year-old daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian

Her world: Chyna is mother to 10-year-old son King with Tyga and six-year-old daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian

Questioning: Tyga and Rob Kardashian hit back at her tweets, asking 'Why would I pay child support lol?'

Questioning: Tyga and Rob Kardashian hit back at her tweets, asking ‘Why would I pay child support lol?’

Responding to Rob, Tyga said: 'Rob how you pay $3,000 less. Let me know the plug'

Responding to Rob, Tyga said: ‘Rob how you pay $3,000 less. Let me know the plug’

‘I I don’t post them a lot,’ she began. ‘I do see comments saying, “Oh, she don’t never have the kids” and I’m like, “Yeah, right”. Yes I do, I just don’t post them.’

The Hearts Pure founder continued: ‘Another thing that I wanted to bring up is that I don’t post my kids because I want to keep their privacy as their privacy.’

The My Word singer added that she would not be encouraging her children to enter the entertainment business at a young age, and would be sure to ‘explain to them everything that comes with it’ if they present a desire to start in the future. 

She continued: ‘For me to just throw my kids out there and be posting them on social media is something that I’m just not into. So that’s why y’all don’t see a lot of my kids.

‘But I think I’m going to start posting them more because I’m starting to be a bit more comfortable with the internet which can sometimes can be very mean’.

As for whether she has any concerns about members of the Kardashian family posting images of Dream, Chyna made is clear that she has no issue with it. 

‘I’m not really bothered when other people post them,’ she began. ‘I feel like as long as Dream and King are loved and it comes from a great place then I’m all for it. As long as they are happy, that’s all I really care about.’

Making peace: As for whether she has any concerns about members of the Kardashian family posting images of Dream, Chyna made is clear that she has no issue with it

Making peace: As for whether she has any concerns about members of the Kardashian family posting images of Dream, Chyna made is clear that she has no issue with it

Meanwhile, Chyna revealed to DailyMail.com that getting baptized and reconnecting with God inspired her recent physical and mental make-under, which has seen her dissolving her filler, quitting her ‘degrading’ OnlyFans career, and shedding her infamous stage name in favor of embracing her birth name.

The star surprised fans after putting a very sudden end to her provocative online content – for which she earned $2 million in two years – and beginning the process of reversing all of the cosmetic work that she has had done over the years.

The model explained that – following her baptism in May last year – she came to the realization that continuing to share very X-rated images and videos on the ‘degrading’ platform was not ‘what God will want me to do’.

‘I’m not doing OnlyFans anymore. I’m kind of past that,’ she began. ‘It is one of those things where I did what I needed to do at that moment because of the circumstances I was in.’ 

Chyna continued: ‘Besides, with me being baptized, that’s just not what God will want me to do. It’s kind of degrading.’

The model had admitted in the past that she began using OnlyFans as a means of income so she could provide for her children and boost her music career.

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