Blac Chyna Discusses Her Life After Removing Fillers and the Pressures to Have Surgery

Since 2023, she has been on a self-healing journey, reversing her butt shots, breast implants and dermal fillers.

Blac Chyna is pulling back the layers on what influenced her to go under the knife to enhance her body.

Before Blac Chyna became a household name, she was a stripper in Miami who wanted to cash in like other dancers whose bodies were attracting all the ballers. Since then, the mom of two has gained a new lease on life, and her body is returning to its natural form. In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, Chyna –whose real name is Angela White– explained how cosmetic surgery changed her life and why she was inspired to remove the additions she made to her body.

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“You’re looking around and seeing fully developed women like that, you’re like ‘I want to look like that,’ how am I going to make some money when they got big old booties and I got this little rump?” White explained of her decision to get cosmetic surgery. “I needed a big rump, so that’s what I went and got. Video vixens at the time had the breasts and the body and all of that and it was really just to appease the male species, to collect money from them."

White simply wanted “to look like something out of this world.... I wanted to look nonreal."

“I wanted that Hollywood look, like Angelina Jolie's carved-out symmetrical face," she continued. I just wanted everything to be perfect and structured because most of the models have very symmetrical faces, and the lips needed to be a certain way, but for me, I kind of started to go overboard.”

White added: “So many women have died from surgery, you know, and what I’ve learned is [that] most of the time, we do it for ourselves but [that] nine times out of 10, we do it for other people or men. It’s so crazy to me because some men might not like big boobs or they don’t love big booties and you went and got a big booty.”

Since removing her breast and butt implants, along with fillers in 2023, she has become a beacon of light to others.

“I’ve had like a lot of women come up to me and say I was literally two weeks out, like I was about to get this surgery and I was like, ‘Nah. I’m good,’” White said. “It’s just sad that the girls, even after I posted my surgery, I physically went on my Instagram, on my socials, and I’ve seen women pass away from it and I’m like, ‘Yo, how many times are surgeons not going to be careful in their work?’”

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