In a move that has stirred both curiosity and criticism, celebrities Blac Chyna and Tyga have mandated a $500,000 non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for guests attending their son King Cairo’s baptism. This unusual requirement has sparked a wave of backlash and debate among fans and observers alike.
The NDA, as reported by Page Six and Daily Mail, explicitly prohibits guests from capturing or sharing any photos or videos of the event on social media. Additionally, the agreement allows the former couple to inspect and confiscate any smart devices, including cellphones and tablets, brought to the ceremony. The document also bars attendees from making any disparaging remarks about Tyga, either orally or in writing.
This stringent control measure comes after the couple recently settled a long-standing custody battle over their 11-year-old son. The settlement, as per the agreement, grants them joint legal and physical custody, with King Cairo primarily residing with his father, Tyga. Notably, under this arrangement, Tyga is not required to pay child support.
The decision to enforce such a high-stakes NDA has not gone unnoticed. Fans and social media users have expressed their dismay and confusion over the necessity of such a contract for a baptism, a typically joyous and communal event. Some have questioned the motives behind this move, speculating financial concerns or a desire for absolute privacy.
Blac Chyna, who underwent a Christian baptism nine months ago and now goes by her birth name, Angela White, has been in the spotlight for various legal and personal battles. Her recent legal tussle with the Kardashian-Jenner family, where she was ultimately awarded no damages, has added to her controversial public image.
The baptism, a significant religious milestone for King Cairo, has thus become a topic of intense public scrutiny, overshadowing the spiritual significance of the event. The imposition of the NDA and the ensuing backlash highlight the complex interplay of celebrity, privacy, and public interest in today’s digital age.