Tyga and Blac Chyna are taking no chances when it comes to their son’s baptism.
In order to protect their privacy, the couple has implemented a strict non-disclosure agreement for guests attending the event.
According to reports, anyone who violates the agreement will face a hefty fine of $500,000.
Additionally, attendees are required to refrain from speaking negatively about Tyga and Chyna after the ceremony.
To ensure complete privacy, the couple will also be inspecting all electronic devices brought into the venue.
This decision comes after Tyga and Chyna finally settled their custody dispute over their 11-year-old son earlier this month.
Chyna had previously baptized King Cairo herself in March and now goes by her legal name, Angela White.
Reflecting on the custody battle, Chyna recently shared her belief that the matter could have been resolved sooner during an interview with The Viall Files in October.
“For the first four years of Kingy’s life, I had him Monday through Friday,” she said. “And then that’s when I had became pregnant with Dream [her daughter with Robert Kardashian Jr.]. And it was like, the school and [being] pregnant and [in] a new relationship — it was a lot for me. So then that’s when our schedules had changed. You [Tyga] have obviously more money than me. Why can’t we just settle this stuff outside of court, like [by] talking to you? He didn’t wanna do that, so now I have to go to court. We just both don’t need this. … The whole world’s watching, and it’s like, ‘We could’ve just had a conversation, man.’”
By the terms of their recent agreement, Tyga will not have to pay child support and both parents will maintain joint legal and physical custody. The two originally dated from 2011 through 2014.