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According to TMZ, Rob Kardashian will no longer have to make monthly child support payments to Blac Chyna, on account of the two of them coming to a mutual custody agreement for their two-year-old daughter, Dream.

Rob had been sending over a $20,000 check every month for the tot, but that's no longer necessary. In case you care about celebrity custody agreements (and nobody's judging least not directly) TMZ adds that the pair will have 50/50 split custody, but that Rob is likely to have more time with her.

As for the financial side of things, TMZ writes that "each parent will only pay for Dream's needs when she's with them" and that each side will pay for half of her life necessities, like school and medical stuff.

TMZ adds that Chyna showed up several hours late on the day that the final agreement was reached.

Sources that spoke to the outlet further added that Chyna suggested that she and Rob grab drinks afterward, which he is said to have "immediately declined."

According to a tweet posted by Rob last month, the pair currently seem to be on far more stable ground than they were when their volatile relationship was still active. "Angela and I are both actively co-parenting and there are no pending or active custody cases," Kardashian tweeted out.

In response she said, "Robert and I only concern is what's in the best interest of our daughter that we both equally love. Additionally, Robert is a wonderful father to our Dreamy!"