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Blac Chyna removes facial fillers, shares video on Instagram

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Reality TV personality and social media influencer Blac Chyna has made a significant change in her life by removing her facial fillers. The star took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a video of her getting her jawline, cheek bone, and lip fillers dissolved. In the clip, Chyna explains that “enough is enough and all has to come out.” She further adds, “I am getting these fillers dissolved from my cheeks and from my jawline because enough is enough and all has to come out. And that’s just as simple as that.”

This latest change in appearance is just one of the many steps that Chyna has taken to turn her life around. Earlier, she revealed that she had undergone a breast and butt reduction surgery after getting augmentations early in her career. It seems that the star is trying to move towards a more natural look.

Chyna also announced on the “Jason Lee Show” that she was stepping away from OnlyFans after reportedly earning $240 million in 2021 on the NSFW platform. She cited being a mother to King Cairo and Dream Kardashian as inspiration for the change, as she wanted to set an example for them. “It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that,” she explained. The star also alluded to her legal troubles, stating that “at the time, I had so many lawsuits… it was like ‘Woah.'” However, she quickly added that “I’m good.”

Chyna is also changing her name back to her birth name, Angela. The star explained that she is “ready to get back to Angela” and feels that she has outgrown the name Blac Chyna. This change in name also seems to be part of the star’s move towards a new phase in her.



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