Reportedly, Chyna makes more money than Kardashian, according to TMZ.
No specific numbers were revealed, but it was said that Chyna makes quite a bit of money from hosting gigs and appearances. Kardashian, on the other hand, reportedly makes very little outside of his family's reality show.
Additionally, it was reported that neither of them are requesting child support from the other.
However, considering that she makes so much more money than he does, it's claimed that he could potentially make a move toward child support considering he reportedly has Dream, their daughter, more often.
In a recent interview, Chyna opened up about her feud with Kardashian and said that she is "taking a classier route."
Opening up about her dating future, Chyna stated, "I would like somebody confident, who takes care of his business, is strong, healthy. Somebody that loves their family and treats their friends right — and treats me right."
Chyna also spoke out about Kardashian's social media assault against her, saying, "I was devastated, of course. The moral of the story is that he doesn’t respect me, so if you can’t respect me, you have to respect the law."
That story also revealed that Chyna successfully received a temporary restraining order against Kardashian, which prohibits him from coming within 100 yards of her, and from posting photos of their daughter, Dream, or her son King Cairo.
Last month, Kardashian had his Instagram account shut down after he posted screenshots of texts with Chyna which included nude photos of her.
Scroll down to see the latest developments in the scandal between Chyna and Kardashian.
The 29-year-old mother of two is opening up about her damaged relationship with Kardashian, which resulted in her getting a restraining order against the 30-year-old son of Kris Jenner. Because of the social media feud, Chyna says there is "no turning back."
“I’m glad I’m relieved of [Rob], but damn, why did I have to get relief in this way?” she says during an interview with People.
The former exotic dancer says that her focus is now on being "happy," and raising her and Kardashian's daughter Dream.
“I’m not going to take something that happened to me in the past into my future,” Chyna said. “First and foremost, I’m going to make myself happy because once I’m happy, then Dream can be happy and then King can be happy and then everybody else around me can be happy.”
Chyna hopes that the incident with Kardashian will make people think twice before engaging in revenge porn.
“Words are words, but once you start posting actual pictures, then that’s just not right. It’s actually against the law,” she said. “If I was to go and do a very artsy, high-end photo shoot exposing my breasts, that’s my choice. This is my body. It’s my right. Once somebody else does it, it’s just not right. I’m hoping that somehow, some way, this will let [more people] know, ‘Don’t do it.’”
The model wants to be a "voice" for those who are experiencing similar situations.
"I just want to voice my story — voice what’s real — because at the end of the day, the person next to me could possibly be going through the same thing," she said. "For people to actually look up to me really means a lot. These types of things, they happen every day. A lot of women, they don’t address it. See it, recognize it — but don’t be tainted by it. Just be strong and positive."
Chyna says that family is all that matters to her and that she is not worried about the way some people may perceive her after Kardashian unleashed a number of explicit messages about her.
“When somebody that’s actually been the closest to you says these things, other people are going to believe it,” she said. “But the people that I actually care about, my family and friends, they’re all I worry about. I’m not going to sit here and hide in my house over somebody else being hurt or jealous or insecure.”
Chyna concluded by saying: “I feel like God does certain things — not to hurt you, but to show you your true strength. I feel like, if I can come out of this, I can come out of anything.”
Following his legal drama with ex-fiancé, Chyna, Kardashian returned to social media with a very special someone.
After his Instagram was deleted, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to Twitter to share a brand-new photo of his daughter, Dream.
In the candid photo that does not include a caption, Kardashian’s daughter is looking straight at the camera as she plays in her pink playpen. The 30-year-old father did not mention Chyna at all and stayed away from fans and followers who asked about her, proving he is ready to move on.
Kardashian has been embroiled in drama since he released nude images of ex Chyna on social media, but has been receiving support from family members including sister Khloe Kardashian and Khloe's ex-husband, Lamar Odom, who spoke to E! News at the 2017 Kids' Choice Sports Awards.
"Stay strong," Odom relayed to Kardashian. "Put God first."
While the athlete says he hasn't been able to speak to Kardashian, the pair were notably very close for years, as the reality star lived with Odom and his sister for some time while the two were married.
Though Kardashian and Odom have not spoken, he has been spending time with sister Khloe and recently had a "dance party" at her house with the reality star and her boyfriend, NBA player Tristan Thompson.
"She is trying to help him. Rob didn't move in with her, but Khloe and Tristan are encouraging him to come hangout at the house and workout with them hoping it will motivate him to get back on the health grind and take care of himself," a source said. "She wants him to get back on track so she is trying to help him."
"Tristan doesn't mind having Rob around at all," the source added. "He loves all of Khloe's family."
Even though Kardashian and Chyna are in the midst of a heated squabble over him leaking nude photos of her, the two have agreed to co-parent their daughter Dream with a 50/50 split custody arrangement.
Currently, the E! stars are operating under an unofficial arrangement where they are entitled to physical custody half the time, according to TMZ. The custody situation has been "loose by consent" and in recent weeks, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has been keeping Dream four days out of the week while his ex has been picking up the remaining three.
Despite their disagreements as a couple, the two have been able to co-parent Dream without incident up to this point. The Rob & Chyna stars aren't looking to ask a judge to make a formal child custody order for them, however, they could possibly have their current arrangement put in writing.
Kardashian and Chyna have been using a two-nanny system to assist in taking care of Dream.
“They have two nannies, one works five days a week and one works two days a week. The five-day-a-week nanny does the pick-up and drop-offs,” a source told PEOPLE.
One issue did arise when Kardashian failed to bring Dream over to Chyna's house when it was her time of the week.
“The baby is supposed to be with Chyna per their agreement — which isn’t written, just what they’ve been doing for the last six or seven months — and she is not. Chyna is doing everything in her power to get her back.”
Kardashian vowed in a now-deleted Instagram post to never let Dream be with Chyna.
“[Chyna] will never see Dream again unless u stop the alcohol and drugs and cocaine and X and E,” he wrote. However, two days later, Chyna took to Snapchat to share a series of photos with their daughter.
Despite Kardashian's opinions of Blac Chyna, her friends say that she is a "great mom."
“She’s a great mom,” Chyna's longtime pal and hairstylist Kellon Deryck said. “The time she spends with her children, she makes it count.”
In the event that Kardashian and Chyna disagree about the future for their daughter, and want a judge to weigh in on a new custody arrangement; family law attorney Alyssa Eisner says that there is a lot of gray area to be considered.
“Nobody has a superior right to this child because there’s nothing in official writing, so no one has been provided custody,” Eisner said. “Their de facto arrangement is not law, so the courts would consider that but also look to see what has been the change in circumstance that now brings one of them to court. For example, these pornographic images or allegations of abuse or orders of protections.”