The model formerly known as Blac Chyna says she’s turning the page with God’s help.
The 34-year-old reality TV star has been changing up her signature image, branding and lifestyle and recently opened up to the Daily Mail about becoming a born again Christian.
“Now I just go by faith,” he said. “I’m not really going the Blac Chyna way or the Angela way, let me let God guide me.”
In the wide-ranging interview released Friday, the “Rob & Chyna” alum and “Cash Only” rapper, whose real name is Angela White, explained her decision to phase out her breast implants and lip and butt fillers and why He made his decision public. that trip
On social media, the former stripper documented the dissolution process of his facial fillers and shared images of his recovery. The star of the “Rack City” music video told the Daily Mail that she “crossed the line” with cosmetic surgery.
“I got to a point where my lips were so bad that even when I smiled you couldn’t see my teeth,” she said. “It’s like now you can see my teeth.”
Later in the interview he said that excessive plastic surgery “is not normal” and stems “from insecurity.”
Earlier this week, White reintroduced himself to his instagram followersclaiming his birth name and also revealing that he had been baptized in May 2022. Her baptism took place on her birthday and just days after she lost a defamation and contract interference lawsuit against the Kardashian family following allegations of abuse by her ex-fiancé Robert Kardashian. .
Citing her newfound faith, the rapper also told the Daily Mail that she’s leaving her lucrative OnlyFans behind. The artist, who got her initial break when rapper Drake saw her working in a Miami club and named her in a song, launched her account on the subscription platform in April 2020 and charged $10 to $50 each month for photos and NSFW videos of her. She allegedly made an estimated $2 million albeit over a period of two years the figures have varied a lot.
“That’s not what God would want me to do,” White said. “It’s demeaning.”
“I’m just changing everything about me,” he said in a separate interview with Forbes posted on friday. “All of that is a dead end and I know that… I am worth much more than that. I feel like I have bigger fish to fry… Shout out to the people who still have their OnlyFans and stuff. Get your money, don’t let money make you.”
He concluded the Daily Mail interview by imparting wisdom to his fans and followers on how to stay present and have perseverance.
“Don’t take shortcuts. Do it the hard way, actually do it the hard way so that you can appreciate your own business and your own self and your own strength more,” she said.