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Mama Drama! Blac Chyna Tells Baby Daddy Tyga To 'Keep Son Away' From Girlfriend Kylie Jenner After Disastrous Disney Date

Blac Chyna Keep Son Away Kylie Jenner

Jun. 19 2015, Updated 1:14 p.m. ET

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The war of words between Blac Chyna and her teenage Keeping up with the Kardashians nemesis, Kylie Jenner, has been taken off the internet and into real life, as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the former stripper has told her baby daddy Tyga to "keep Kylie away" from the couple's 2-year-old son, King Cairo Stevenson.

After the 17-year-old reality star was photographed acting distant toward her much older man's son during North West's birthday at Disneyland earlier this week, a Kardashian family insider says, "Blac told Tyga that she does not want her son to even be around Kylie, but there is nothing that she can really do to stop this."

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As Radar previously reported, the 27-year-old reality vixen and Jenner have had more than their fair share of back-and-forth dialogue on social media and she is fuming over the fact that her ex is now considering marrying Jenner.

"Tyga pretty much raises King Cairo and Blac Chyna is only a part-time mother," says the source. "Kylie has taken on a role of second mother to King, but she is in no way prepared to handle the role."

"She does not know the first thing about being a mother because she really has had no good role model to learn how to be a mom," the source tells Radar.

"Kris was so absent for her entire life and the only thing that Kylie knows about how to take care of a kid is to buy their happiness and hire help."

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