Blac Chyna has revealed whether she plans to become celibate as part of her “life-changing journey.”
“No,” the “Rob & Chyna” alum simply replied on “Sway’s Universe” Friday when asked whether she would abstain from sex.
After erupting in laughter, the former stripper-turned-reality TV star quipped, “Listen, I ain’t trying to have no attitude, now.”
Chyna then shared the clip from the interview on her Instagram Stories Saturday alongside the caption, “Gotta keep it real.”
Though the influencer — whose real name is Angela Renée White — isn’t planning on being celibate anytime soon, there are many other things that she has given up.
Last month, Chyna, 34, revealed that she underwent breast and butt reduction surgery.
“I just want all the ladies out there to know, do not get silicone shots because you can get sick, you can die, have complications and all this other crazy stuff,” the mom of two said in an Instagram video on March 13, adding that she was 19 years old when she began getting silicone shots in her bottom.
After the surgery, Chyna shared another video of herself lying in bed with bandages all over her body. She revealed that her procedure, which usually takes four hours, took nearly nine hours to complete.
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“Whatever that silicone mass, whatever that was that was in my buttocks, it kept clogging the machine and breaking [it],” she said.
Aside from going under the knife, Chyna had the fillers in her face dissolved and she removed a “demonic” tattoo of a Baphomet, which is a goat-headed deity symbol of the occult, from her lower back and butt area. She then got baptized.
The model also deactivated her OnlyFans account, which raked in a reported $240 million in 2021.
Chyna said she wanted to set a positive example for her kids, King, 10, and Dream, 6, whom she shares with exes Tyga and Rob Kardashian, respectively.
“I’m just changing everything about me,” she explained on the “Jason Lee Show” last month. “It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that.”