Blac Chyna wants to keep fit for the sake of her two children, as she wants to ''live longer'' so she can be there for her brood.
Blac Chyna wants to keep fit for the sake of her children.
The 29-year-old beauty has four-year-old son King Cairo with her ex-boyfriend Tyga, and nine-month-old daughter Dream with her former fiancé Rob Kardashian, and has said she has been pushed to ''live a healthy life'' in order to ''live longer'' and be there for her brood.
Speaking to People magazine, the 'Rob & Chyna' star said: ''I'm going to be honest -- at first, I really wasn't into my health and fitness, as far as working out and things like that. Now that I've had my two babies, I'm like, 'You know what? I need to figure out a different way.'
''I do want to live longer. I need to live a healthy life so that I could [be there] for them. It's just really important. It makes me feel good, because once I feel good, everybody else feels good.''
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed by Chyna's attorney Lisa Bloom, that she and her former flame Rob, 30, are ''working toward a resolution'' following the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashian' star's outburst in which he posted explicit images of Chyna online.
Lisa said: ''We are working toward a resolution and wanted a little bit more time to see if we can get there.''
The pair were supposed to appear in court in Los Angeles earlier this week for a restraining order hearing - but have pushed the date back until next month.
However, Bloom warned that if an agreement cannot be reached, they will have to settle their differences in court.
She said: ''If we can't, we are ready willing and able to go forward with the hearing on September 18.''
In July, Rob launched a foul-mouthed tirade against his ex-partner on social media, accusing Chyna of cheating on him with multiple partners and even posting intimate snaps of the model on his Instagram account.
But the 30-year-old reality TV star's behaviour is said to have left members of his family feeling ''deeply disappointed and frustrated''.
A source said at the time: ''In the end it's about Dream and Rob has to grow up and be mature enough to realise that and how this can impact her later in life.''
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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