Blac Chyna Announces New Docu-Series, Opens Up About Relationships with Tyga and Rob Kardashian

Angela White, aka Blac Chyna, hit the purple couch today to chat with Wendy Williams about her relationship with Tyga, Rob Kardashian, the time in between both men and a new venture.

After saying she couldn’t speak on a recent situation with her former hairstylists and gushing about her kids, Chyna detailed her come up story.

She stripped for six years in DC and Miami after moving to the latter for undergrad. Her career took off after she met Drake, and he shouted her out in his song “Miss Me.”

“Drake put me in a song, it’s called,’Miss Me,'” said Chyna. “Which then Tyga […] came to meet me and meet Chyna.”

Blac Chyna and Tyga

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She landed a spot in Tyga’s video for “Rack City.” She became pregnant by Tyga shortly after, got engaged and moved in with him in Los Angeles.

After having their son King, Chyna became good friends with Kim Kardashian. Eventually things begin to fizzle with Chyna and Tyga, but the end of their relationship was expedited by him dating Kylie Jenner, Kim’s younger sister. She knew the pair were dating when Tyga put her out his house.

Once she was ousted by Tyga and the Kardashian/Jenner family, Chyna began receiving messages from Rob Kardashian (Kim and Kylie’s brother). The two got together, announced an engagement and a pregnancy in the course of a few months.

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian

Many people speculated they began a relationship to get back at the Kardashian/Jenner family, but Chyna said the relationship was genuine. She explained she was physically attracted to Rob, that he had great personality and that she didn’t pity him.

“I didn’t feel sorry for him. I just wanted him to see his worth,” said Chyna.

Chyna and Williams chatted about her relationship with Amber Rose and her mother Tokyo Toni before Chyna revealed she has a docu-series coming out on The Zeus Network, The Real Black Chyna.

Chyna will star in and executive produce the new series.

Watch Blac Chyna’s entire segment below. Congratulations on the new show.

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Bryant Lydell

Bryant Lydell is creative, personable and quick-witted Howard and USC alum. He's the founder of The Top Tea, a songwriter, screenwriter and member of the casting team for Netflix's NAACP Image Award-winning hip-hop competition series Rhythm + Flow.

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