After deleting her OnlyFans account and removing her BBL and other plastic implants, Blac Chyna is not done with her plans to go back to looking like Angela Renée White, her old self.
The controversial influencer who has been in the news for all the wrong reasons claims her many lawsuits last year and her two kids are the reasons for her changes. Blac Chyna is staying away from trouble this time around.
Black Chyna shared a video of herself getting ready to remove her cheek and jaw fillers and told the doctor that she was ready to get her old body. Blac has undergone surgeries on every possible part of her body, and according to her, she is getting them all removed.
Blac Chyna is getting a fresh start.
The reality star shared to Instagram on Wednesday a video of her getting her facial fillers removed.
“I am getting these fillers dissolved from my cheeks and from my jawline because enough is enough and all has to come out,” Chyna explained. “And that’s just as simple as that.”
In the clip she gets her jawline, cheek bone and lip fillers dissolved. Be warned: If you’re scared of needles don’t watch the video below!
These latest changes in her appearance follow a breast and butt reduction, after getting augmentations early in her career.
In the video Chyna tells the doctor, “I am ready to get back to Angela [her birth name]. Blac Chyna is Blac Chyna and I feel like I’ve outgrown that and it’s time for a change.”
The return to a more natural look comes with some other changes as well.
Chyna recently revealed on the “Jason Lee Show” that she was stepping away from OnlyFans after reportedly earning $240 million in 2021 on the NSFW platform.
“I don’t do OnlyFans anymore — I don’t do it anymore at all,” she said. “I’m just changing everything about me.”
“It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that,” she explained.
She also cited being a mother to King Cairo and Dream Kardashian as inspiration for the change as she wanted to set “an example” for them.
Chyna also alluded, per the New York Post, to her legal troubles, “And then, at the time, I had so many lawsuits … it was like ‘Woah.'” She then quickly added, “But, I’m good.”
“I stood up for myself because there were layers to it,” Chyna concluded.
While Chyna is trying to get her old body back, I hope she is working on mending her relationship with her estranged mother at least; that woman is also a thorn in her flesh just like the many implants.