Tuesday, 05 March

Blac Chyna becomes Christian; ditches face fillers, ‘degrading’ OnlyFans

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American celebrity Angela White , formerly called Black Chyna

Former reality TV star and OnlyFans performer Blac Chyna announced she is making lifestyle changes as a result of becoming a Christian.

Chyna is now embracing her birth name Angela White and has left OnlyFans, a social platform that allows sex workers to monetize their content.

"Honestly, for me, I was like, this is too much. It's time for a change. This is not really who I am,” White told Fox & Friends Weekend. “Something just came over me — like, the Holy Spirit came over me. And I was like, you know what? I need to figure out about what's my purpose in life. Like, why am I here?"

White said she left OnlyFans after becoming baptized in 2022.

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"The reason why I even started the OnlyFans was because I was dealing with so many lawsuits, so many this, so many that. And I was scared to lose everything. So, I kind of went to something which I knew wasn't right, but I just wanted to use it at that time just to get through it,” White said. “And honestly, when I got baptized, I knew that God told me, you do not need to be doing this. This is not why I put you here to degrade yourself. Because our bodies [are] a temple."

White, who was engaged to Rob Kardashian for a time and shares a child with him, said she has also reversed her plastic surgery procedures.

"As far as reversing a surgery, it was really, really important for me because what I had got was illegal silicone injections,” White noted. “When I got it, when I was 19, I was young and naive. So I didn't know about all the dangers and things like that of the sort.”

“By the grace of God, I'm still here," she added. “And I just want to set an example for the ladies and just really, really, really be careful with this because it's very dangerous. It's like playing Russian roulette. It's playing Russian roulette with your life.”

 

Source: washingtonexaminer.com