Blac Chyna says she's been 'reborn' as she gets baptized, removes fillers, and goes by 'Angela'

Blac Chyna wants to be called by her legal name, Angela White, from now on.
The 34-year-old model and reality TV star has revealed that she's been "reborn" following being baptized - causing her to remove her fillers and choose to go by her birth name.

In several social media posts, she revealed that she's a changed woman since her baptism, which happened on her birthday in May last year.

Captioning an image of the day on Instagram, Chyna wrote: "I was reborn on my birthday 5-11-22 [...] God is Good [...]."

Then, in separate social media clips, Chyna also discussed her desire to remove her facial fillers. "I Removed all my face fillers, I'm so happy," she wrote alongside the video.

In it, she tells the camera: "I want to dissolve all of it. Back to the baseline. I'm tired of the look, and it's just not flattering. It's not what I look like. It, like, totally changed my face, and I'm just ready to get back to Angela. Blac Chyna's Blac Chyna, and I feel like I've outgrown that. And it's just time for, like, a change."

The process took multiple doctor's visits, with Chyna - who shares a son with rapper Tyga and a daughter with Rob Kardashian - explaining in a second video that getting fillers is "not worth it."

In a recent interview with Forbes, Chyna also spoke about how she feels having two separate personalities - Blac Chyna the brand, and Angela White the person. Explaining why she wants to go back to her legal name, Chyna said: "Well, it was given to me by birth, but mostly, to me, it's getting back to myself.

"Because, you know, being in the entertainment field, everybody always calls me, 'Hey Blac Chyna, Chyna Chyna.' Nobody ever calls me Angela," she added. "So, sometimes I would kind of like forget who I am, because it's always about the brand, brand, brand and not the person."

Chyna is embarking on new business ventures, having stepped away from NSFW content platform OnlyFans, which earned her a whopping $240 million in 2021. She told the Jason Lee Show (via Too Fab) that she would no longer be creating material for the site because she knows she's "worth way more than that."

"I don't do OnlyFans anymore - I don't do it anymore at all. I'm just changing everything about me," she said. "It's a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I'm worth way more than that."

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