Days after footage of Blac Chyna's Six Flags brawl went viral, the model continues to take Ls as it is now being reported that she has lost a major endorsement deal as a result of it.
However, the bigger picture lies in the narrative this incident has introduced after Chyna admitted to getting physical at the amusement part in defense of her toddler daughter. With many critiquing her parenting skills in relation to her approach to the altercation, this all begs the question: Should her prowess as a mother be questioned based on her expression or her intent?
In the mere days following the violent altercation, Chyna's perception and bag have only continued to deplete.
It was recently reported that her ex-fiancé, Rob Kardashian, is planning on taking her to court with her recent outburst sparking the decision. Furthermore, as a result of the fight, Chyna can lose the 50/50 custody agreement she and Rob have for their daughter, Dream, among other losses in the legal case.
On the business side, TMZ reports that, ironically, Chyna has also lost an endorsement deal with Momiie strollers after the company's executives caught wind of her Six Flags dragging.
While the brawl proved to be the last straw for the company regarding Chyna's release from their partnership, it is further reported that they were contemplating dropping her for a while after the seemingly never-ending online saga surrounding her life including her sex tape and online confrontations.
"[We] cannot excuse that sort of reaction and behavior particularly in a family resort around children," Momiie said in a statement.
While her exact "would-have-been" payday is not public knowledge, it is certain that the now canned endorsement would have seen the model have the opportunity to design her own strollers, which would have surely made her a massive profit.
Regardless, many still believe that, regardless of her explanation, her actions were unwarranted and thus, she is paying the necessary price.
While her parenting has come into question for some, is that a fair assessment, as touching a stranger's children would spark a similar reaction — possibly not to the same magnitude — in countless other mothers?
Much of Twitter seemed to share this sentiment:
So, once again, this all begs the question: Should she suffer so gravely after responding instinctively in a situation that the average Jane would have possibly approached, similarly?
What are your thoughts?
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