Blac Chyna, Tyga force guests to sign $500K NDA to attend son King Cairo’s baptism

Blac Chyna and Tyga are forcing friends and family to sign a $500,000 nondisclosure agreement to attend their son King Cairo’s baptism.

The NDA, obtained by Page Six Wednesday morning, prohibits guests from taking pictures (still or moving) and sharing anything on social media.

The document, which must be signed prior to the religious ceremony, also permits Chyna and Tyga to “inspect and confiscate” all smart devices such as cellphones, Apple Watches and tablets.

The former couple’s legal document, which was filed in court Tuesday, further prevents attendees from making any “disparaging statements” about Tyga — “oral or written.”

If anyone violates the agreement, they will have to pay the six-figure fee.

The NDA prohibits attendees from taking photo and video and allows the former couple to confiscate all smart devices. blacchyna/Instagram
The “Rack City” rapper and the reality star settled their custody over King earlier this month. Instagram/Blac Chyna

The “Taste” rapper, 34, and the reality star, 35, previously had been engaged in an intense custody battle over their 11-year-old son, with Tyga filing for sole custody of the child in October.

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Chyna — who was baptized in March and now refers to herself as her given name, Angela White — admitted in court documents at the time that she had been selling her personal belongings to “make ends meet” and requested child support payments from Tyga.

The duo will share joint legal and physical custody of their son. Getty Images for Universal Pictures

Earlier this month, Chyna and Tyga settled their custody battle over King.

In addition to the former couple having joint legal and physical custody of their son, they will also both have the right to make decisions regarding his general welfare, education and health.

Tyga — born Michael Ray Stevenson — will not have to pay child support.

Chyna also shares daughter Dream, seen here, with ex Rob Kardashian. blacchyna/Instagram

The court overseeing the case also ordered that neither party could speak negatively about the other in front of the child, and also required the parents to enroll in a program that will help monitor their communication about co-parenting.

Chyna and Tyga began dating in 2011 after she starred in the music video for his hit “Rack City.” They welcomed King in 2012 and got engaged shortly thereafter before breaking up two years later.

The former “Rob & Chyna” star also shares daughter Dream, 7, with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian.