Angela Renée White (born May 11, 1988), known professionally as Blac Chyna, is an American model and socialite. She originally rose to prominence in 2010 as the stunt double for Nicki Minaj in the music video for the song "Monster" by Kanye West. She gained wider media attention after being name-dropped in the song "Miss Me" by Drake the same year, leading to a number of magazine appearances, including pieces in Dimepiece, Straight Stuntin and Black Men's Magazine. In 2014, she launched her own makeup brand, "Lashed by Blac Chyna", and a beauty salon in Encino, Los Angeles. She has since made a number of media appearances, including in her own reality television shows, Rob & Chyna and The Real Blac Chyna.
Angela Renée White
May 11, 1988
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Angela Renee White was born on May 11, 1988, to Shalana Hunter and Eric Holland in Washington, D.C. She began stripping in Maryland to pay for her college tuition. While attending Johnson & Wales University in Miami, Florida, she resumed stripping, eventually dropping out from exhaustion, after repeatedly falling asleep in class. She began to focus on stripping and modeling, taking the name Blac Chyna on a customer's suggestion as a stage name.
While stripping at King of Diamonds, a popular Miami club, Chyna's unusual and "exotic" look made her popular; radio host Angela Yee described her as looking "like someone who was going to be famous." In 2010, Drake name-dropped her in "Miss Me". Her rising popularity led to modeling jobs on the covers of Dimepiece, Straight Stuntin and Black Men's Magazine. Later that year, she was cast as Nicki Minaj's stunt double in the song "Monster" by Kanye West.
In February 2013, she enrolled in JLS Professional Make Up Artist School. In December 2013, she launched her online boutique, "88fin", filled with new clothing and products from her clothing line of the same name. Also that month, she launched her own brand of adhesive eyelashes, "Lashed by Blac Chyna". In February 2014, she purchased a beauty bar in Encino, Los Angeles, which offers makeup courses.
Since 2016, she has appeared in a number of reality television shows, including E!'s Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and her own reality show with then-boyfriend Rob Kardashian, Rob & Chyna, also on the E! network. In 2019, she starred in The Real Blac Chyna on Zeus Network. She has also appeared in Tokyo Toni's Finding Love ASAP!, and VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.
In December 2011, Chyna appeared in the music video for the song "Rack City" by rapper Tyga; she has said that Tyga asked her to join him on tour that year, but she refused. They began dating in December 2011, and had a son together, King Cairo Stevenson, in October 2012. They split in 2014 when Tyga began a relationship with Kylie Jenner, leading to a number of social media feuds between Chyna and Jenner that ended when Chyna started dating Jenner's half-brother, Rob Kardashian, in 2016. In November 2016 she gave birth to their daughter, Dream Renée Kardashian.
In December 2016, Kardashian announced on his Instagram post that he and Chyna had split. They reconciled a few days later, but separated again in February 2017. In July 2017, Kardashian posted sexually explicit photos of Chyna on social media, leading to Chyna's obtaining a temporary restraining order against him.
|"Cash Only" (with Trippie Redd)|
|"My Word" (featuring Too $hort and Keak da Sneak)|
|"Doom" (featuring Asian Doll)||2021|
|"Said Sum Remix"|
|"Thick" (featuring Desiigner)|
|"Maui" (featuring Desiigner)|
|"Can't See Me"||2022|
|2014–2018||Keeping Up with the Kardashians||Herself||11 episodes|
|2016||Extra with Billy Bush||Herself|
|2016||Rob & Chyna||Herself||Main cast|||
|2017||All Def Movie Awards||Herself|
|2017||Rupaul's Drag Race||Herself||Episode 1|
|2017||Good Morning America||Herself||Episode 1|
|2017||Wild 'n Out||Herself - Team Captain||Episode 1|
|2018||Black Card Revoked||Appearance||Episode 3|
|2018||Hip Hop Squares||Panelist - Contestant||Episode 3|
|2019||The Real||Herself||Episode 1|
|2019||Grown & Sexy||Herself|
|The Wendy Williams Show||Herself||Guest appearance|
|2019||Dish Nation||Herself||Episode 1|
|2019||Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood||Herself||5 episodes|
|2019–present||The Real Blac Chyna||Herself||Main cast|
|2019||Tokyo Toni's Find Love Asap!||Herself||2 episodes|
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- "Do You Feel Like a Real Rapper Yet?". VH1. November 26, 2019. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
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- Vivinetto, Gina (November 10, 2016). "Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna welcome baby daughter, Dream". NBC Today. Retrieved March 1, 2018.
- "Rob Kardashian announces Blac Chyna split on Instagram". CTV News. December 18, 2016. Retrieved May 2, 2018.
- Winton, Richard (July 10, 2017). "'Devastated' Blac Chyna wins temporary restraining order against Rob Kardashian in sex images case". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on June 12, 2018. Retrieved March 14, 2019.