Blac Chyna and Tyga have implemented stringent measures for guests attending their son King Cairo’s baptism. In a move to ensure privacy and control over event details, the celebrity duo has introduced a $500,000 nondisclosure agreement (NDA) for attendees.
This exclusive document, recently obtained by Page Six, comes with several conditions aimed at safeguarding the confidentiality of the ceremony.
Guests are strictly prohibited from capturing photographs, whether still or moving, and sharing any content related to the event on social media platforms.
The NDA, a mandatory requirement before the religious ceremony, grants Chyna and Tyga the authority to “inspect and confiscate” all electronic devices, including cellphones, Apple Watches, and tablets.
This legal agreement, officially filed in court on Tuesday, extends beyond just media restrictions. Attendees are also barred from making any “disparaging statements,” whether oral or written, about Tyga.
Violation of any clause in the agreement will result in a substantial penalty, requiring the defaulter to pay the specified six-figure fee.
The implementation of such a comprehensive NDA underscores the couple’s commitment to maintaining a high level of confidentiality and control over the narrative surrounding this significant family event.
The legal document serves as a tool to ensure that details remain private and that guests adhere to strict guidelines to protect the privacy and reputation of those involved.