Blac Chyna feels lucky to be alive after spending 15 years with illegal silicon in her buttocks.
The stripper-turned-reality star, 34, told Access Hollywood in an interview published Tuesday that she received the injections when she was 19.
“This is a regular person that’s doing it,” she explained of her injector. “They’re giving whatever it is substance that they’re doing and giving it to you. They’re not gonna tell you, ‘Hey, you know, you could possibly die.’”
Born Angela White, the former “Rob & Chyna” star detailed the “very scary” complications she endured as a result, saying her “rear end would get super inflamed,” “really, really hard and really hot.”
But after experiencing a spiritual awakening and getting baptized in May 2022, the mother of two decided to reverse as many of her cosmetic procedures as possible.
Her plastic surgeon, Dr. David Matlock, told Access he spent eight hours removing the silicon from her derriere, noting that she’s fortunate she didn’t suffer more serious side effects.
“You know how many CCs [cubic centimeters] I took out? 1,250 CCs,” White revealed in her interview. “A 2-liter Coke bottle all in my booty.”
She said she dropped over 10 pounds after the silicon was removed and immediately felt like a new person.
“I see beauty. I see wisdom. I see myself,” she gushed. “I feel good about it, too.”
In her short lifetime, White has undergone five breast augmentations, gotten liposuction three times and received plenty of facial fillers, which she’s been dissolving.
While on this “life-changing journey,” she has also done away with her long, acrylic nails and begun the painful laser process of ridding her body of any tattoos that contain “demonic” symbolism.
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In tandem with the physical alterations, White opted to deactivate her OnlyFans account for the sake of her children: 10-year-old son King Cairo, whom she shares with Tyga, and 6-year-old daughter Dream, whom she shares with Rob Kardashian.
“I’m just changing everything about me,” she recently shared on “The Jason Lee Show.” “It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that.”
Previously on contentious terms with the fathers of her children and their families, White is now committed to only “positive vibes” as she co-parents.
And after unsuccessfully suing the Kardashians last year, she’s now proudly sporting clothing featuring “Dream’s auntie” Kim Kardashian.