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Blac Chyna Slams Rob For Not Giving Baby Dream The 'Luxury Lifestyle' She Deserves

Nov. 20 2018, Updated 12:42 p.m. ET

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Blac Chyna is not happy with her famous baby daddy.

Hours after Rob Kardashian allegedly filed to lower her $20k-a-month child support payments, his ex took to Instagram to share her thoughts on the matter and to slam him for not giving their daughter the "luxurious life" he leads.

"So my children aren't supposed to live the same lifestyle as their fathers ETC ETC ha?" Blac Chyna, 30, wrote on her Instagram story this Monday night, referring to 2-year-old Dream.

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"As a single mother, I provide for them and give them the luxury lifestyle they deserve... wow!!" she added.

As readers know, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian, 31, have been involved in a nasty custody battle ever since they split up, months after Dream's birth. And while Chyna — whose net worth is about $4 million — has gushed about her life as a single mother on social media, it seems she still relies on the Kardashian family to pay her bills.

Recently, Rob Kardashian reportedly claimed he was too broke to keep paying his baby mama so much child support a month — so broke, in fact, that he had to move back in with his mother, Kris Jenner.

And while Chyna doesn't buy his excuses, even her own mother, Tokyo Toni, is siding with Rob and the Kardashian family on this one. On a wild Instagram video, she even thanked them for throwing Dream such a gorgeous birthday bash!

What do you think of Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's ongoing baby feud? Sound off below.

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