Blac Chyna celebrates Mother’s Day and turning 33 with party

She is a social media star who is a devoted mother to two young children.

And Blac Chyna had a lavish party in lockdown to celebrate Mother’s Day and her 33rd birthday on Sunday.

The model’s Woodland Hills, Calfornia mansion was decked out with gigantic silver ‘Happy Birthday Mama’ letter balloons which took pride of place opposite the huge outdoor swimming pool.

Double celebration: Blac Chyna had a lavish party in lockdown to celebrate Mother’s Day and her 33rd birthday on Sunday

Also visible on the sprawling property was a colourful bouncy castle and catering table with around 12 seats, 슬롯사이트 also adorned with balloons.

Balloons were also positioned at the basketball hoop and around the home’s patio doors 

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Blac is mother to son King Cairo with ex Tyga, 30, and daughter Dream, three, with ex Rob Kardashian, 33.

In most countries, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May, while the UK observes the occasion on the fourth Sunday in the season of Lent.    

Family: Blac is mother to son King Cairo with ex Tyga, 30, and daughter Dream, three, with ex Rob Kardashian, 33

The star officially turned 33 on Monday.   

Though Chyna (real name: Angela White) seemed to be having a lovely day with her family, she’s currently engaged in a drawn-out custody battle with her ex Rob.

He claimed she attacked him during a 2016 altercation, but Chyna claimed last week that she had ‘bombshell evidence’ proving she didn’t assault him.

According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, Rob at one point stated that the allegations Chyna attacked him were ‘false.’

‘When questioned by DCFS on January 4, 2017 (just 3 weeks after Chyna’s alleged “violent attack”) about an “anonymous” report of domestic violence against Rob by Chyna, Rob replied that the allegations are “false” and “there is no domestic violence between [me] and [Chyna],”‘ the document read.

Happy returns: The model’s Woodland Hills, Calfornia mansion was decked out with gigantic silver ‘Happy Birthday Mama’ letter balloons which took pride of place opposite the huge outdoor swimming pool

‘Specifically, Kardashian father stated mother [Chyna] has never hit him,’ the document continues.

The beauty products entrepreneur believes the interview proves Kardashian perjured himself when recounting the alleged attack.  

Even as her custody battles rages on, Chyna claims that she hasn’t received any child support from Rob or her other ex, the rapper Tyga, with whom she shares son King.

Hard times: Though Chyna seemed to be having a lovely day with her familyr, she’s currently engaged in a drawn-out custody battle with her ex Rob

Tit-for-tat: Rob claimed Chyna assaulted him in 2016, but she claims to have bombshell proof that he lied under oath about the allegation

 In an effort to support herself, the former Rob & Chyna star has turned to the subscription service OnlyFans, which allows creators to charge subscribers a monthly fee to access their content.

The site is popular with sex workers, though not all accounts feature explicitly sexual content.

She’s currently charging $50 per month, though fans an get a discount for paying for multiple months in advance.

She recently advertised a clip highlighting her tattooed feet as she squished a bowl of grapes. 

Changing story: Rob allegedly told the Department of Children and Family Services that there was not an incident of domestic violence involving the two

Only Fans! Chyna has set up an OnlyFans account after claiming she’s not receiving any support from Rob or the rapper Tyga, father to her seven-year-old son King

Artist accuses Katy Perry of stealing his artwork

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A visual artist has publicly accused Katy Perry of stealing his artwork and using it as the background for her ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ single cover. 

London-based artist Dom Sebastian took to and the artwork featured on the singer’s single cover, as well as a $35 iridescent

Sebastian stated that Katy Perry and her team have ‘stolen my artwork,’ adding: ‘I was never contacted by her or anyone from her team or label @capitolrecords.’

Taken" London-based artist Dom Sebastian has accused Katy Perry of using his artwork on her 'Chained to the Rhythm' single cover and merchandise 

Taken” London-based artist Dom Sebastian has accused Katy Perry of using his artwork on her ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ single cover and merchandise 

Proof: He shared side-by-side photos of a digital piece from his Holographic Melt Series (L) and the artwork featured on the singer's 'Chained to the Rhythm' single cover (R) on Instagram 

Proof: He shared side-by-side photos of a digital piece from his Holographic Melt Series (L) and the artwork featured on the singer’s ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ single cover (R) on Instagram 

‘What’s more is that Katy has been selling my artwork as her own, as merchandise on her store, and through other outlets, as a $35 print,’ he continued. 

‘I’m shocked that @katyperry and @capitolrecords think it is acceptable to lift my work directly from my website and use it as they please without paying me or even contacting me. #exposed’

The cover of Perry’s single ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ from her 2017 album Witness features holographic swirls in the background that greatly mirror the ones in the digital piece Sebastian created six years ago.

The artist told

Striking: The cover of Perry's single features holographic swirls in the background that greatly mirror the ones in the digital piece Sebastian created in 2012 (pictured)

Striking: The cover of Perry's single (pictured) features holographic swirls in the background that greatly mirror the ones in the digital piece Sebastian created in 2012

Striking: The cover of Perry’s single (L) features holographic swirls in the background that greatly mirror the ones in the digital piece Sebastian created in 2012 (R) 

Outcry: In his Instagram post, Sebastian said he was never contacted by Perry or anyone from her team or label, claiming they have 'stolen my artwork'

Outcry: In his Instagram post, Sebastian said he was never contacted by Perry or anyone from her team or label, claiming they have ‘stolen my artwork’

Sebastian said he was never contacted by anyone from Perry’s team. He actually came across the single cover while browsing Spotify, and further research showed that the artwork was also being used in merchandise, as well. 

‘You automatically get copyright protection the moment you create the work, which protects you when this sort of thing happens,’ he told the publication. ‘The issue is that there is no respect on the Internet for artists’ work and that’s what needs to change.’

Sebastian’s post about Perry has stirred up plenty of controversy, as some slammed him for his claims while others supported him as an artist.

‘Dude… move on, no one cares about this basic background,’ one person wrote, while another added: ‘Wow, some of the comments on here are so toxic, not to mention baseless….. ignore them.

Adding fuel to the fire: The artwork on Perry's 'Chained to the Rhythm' single cover is also featured on a $35 iridescent lithograph being sold on her website

Adding fuel to the fire: The artwork on Perry’s ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ single cover is also featured on a $35 iridescent lithograph being sold on her website

Hitting back: Sebastian said he was 'shocked' that Perry (pictured) and Capitol Records have lifted his work directly from his website and used it how they pleased

Hitting back: Sebastian (pictured) said he was 'shocked' that Perry and Capitol Records have lifted his work directly from his website and used it how they pleased

Hitting back: Sebastian (R) said he was ‘shocked’ that Perry (L) and Capitol Records have lifted his work directly from his website and used it how they pleased 

‘You are definitely in the right and you’re doing the right thing. Hopefully Katy Perry and/or her people will also do the right thing…’

Sebastian returned to Instagram on Friday to say that the South Korean boy group SF9 has also lifted from the same work of art without his permission, writing: ‘Another one – Kpop band @SF9official have also stolen and used as their album artwork.’

He added: ‘This album has over 4 million streams on @spotify alone. Again, no contact from them or 카지노사이트 their record label.’ 

Daily Mail Online has reached out to Capitol Records for comment.