In a festive turn of events, Angela White, formerly known as Blac Chyna, and Tyga have reached a settlement in their lengthy custody dispute over their son, King Cairo. The resolution is surprisingly amicable, with both parents agreeing to joint legal and physical custody, giving them equal rights to make decisions concerning the 11-year-old's health, education, and overall well-being.

Under the terms of the settlement, Chyna will have King every weekend from Friday to Monday, while Tyga will have custody for the remaining days. Additionally, the court has mandated that neither parent can speak negatively about the other in the presence of King. Both Chyna and Tyga will participate in a program to monitor and facilitate communication related to co-parenting.

This resolution follows previous reports that Chyna had resorted to selling personal belongings to make ends meet, generating around $178,000. Despite this financial effort, she indicated that the income was temporary, and she sought financial support from Tyga.