Blac Chyna shares 2-year-old daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian, and 6-year-old son King Cairo with Tyga

Blac Chyna is still seething over her child support arrangements with exes Rob Kardashian and Tyga.

Chyna, 30, boasted of being a self-made “multi-millionaire” in an Instagram Live rant Monday — and claimed that she doesn’t get a penny from either star.

“F— Toni, f— Tyga, f— Rob, f— everybody else. I never asked Tyga for child support, Rob for child support, whatever, and then we just went to court,” she said, also referring to her mother, Tokyo Toni. “I try to squash s—, which I did, but none of that comes out. It’s only negative s— with Chyna… I never wanted no money from Rob because it was never about that. Period.”

Chyna (née Angela White) also showed off her kids’ swing set and trampoline and her “big a— mansion,” which she said she bought all on her own.

Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna and Tyga
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“This is not a sob story, this is a f—— winning story. I came from the strip club, my momma was a stripper, my daddy, I didn’t know him,” she said. “I have two kids by two guys that f—— tricked me or whatever and don’t give me s—. No child support, and I’m sick of that s—. Cut that child support s— out. Just cut it out. Period.”

Chyna shares 2-year-old daughter Dream with Kardashian, 31, and 6-year-old son King Cairo with rapper Tyga, 29.

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Dream and King Cairo
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She and Kardashian share custody of Dream, though the toddler’s father has recently been concerned for her well-being, sources told PEOPLE.

“Rob always wanted Dream to spend time with her mom, too. He has never wanted Chyna to be cut out of Dream’s life,” one source said. “But he also doesn’t want Dream to be raised by a nanny while her mom is off partying out of state.”

Chyna made headlines after she was involved in an altercation in Hawaii with rapper boyfriend Kid Buu, 30. Police and paramedics responded, though a source told PEOPLE neither party was arrested or taken to the hospital.

Police also paid a visit to her Los Angeles home twice in two days late last month, though attorney Lisa Bloom dismissed any notion that her children’s safety was in jeopardy.

“Chyna’s children are both healthy and doing very well. They were never in any danger and any reports to the contrary are entirely false,” Bloom said in a statement. “I remind the public that anyone who submits a knowingly false report to Child Protective Services may be subject to criminal and civil liability.”

That didn’t stop Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni, from weighing in, though. The 47-year-old told TMZ that she thought Kardashian should have custody of Dream until Chyna sorted out her personal life.

Monday’s rant is not the first time Chyna has lashed out at her children’s fathers for allegedly not paying child support.

In November, she shared a video to Instagram amid reports that Kardashian was looking to decrease his child support payments, as he could “no longer afford” the $20,000 per month he was forking over.

“Work hard, play harder! My s-! No Child Support! Stop the F—Lies!” she captioned a video.

And in March 2017, she claimed Tyga was not paying child support to her, either.