Vixen Blac Chyna really isn’t rocking with the Kardashians these days. New reports claim the model had a chance to become the face of TV network Lifetime but the reality TV family interfered.
According to reports, Chyna has filed legal paperwork citing the Kardashians for ultimately damaging her image and having her reality TV career go the E! route.
Lifetime told her lawyer they wanted to reach a more urban audience and “Rob & Chyna” would be an excellent vehicle to accomplish the goal. Chyna says despite the offer, the show ended up with the E! network, land of the Kardashians. (The Blast)
Over the past few months, Chyna’s Kardashian family issues have surfaced online.
As The Blast first reported, Blac Chyna is now accusing Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner of lying to E! execs when they claimed she would continue to abuse Rob Kardashian if the network didn’t cancel their reality show. Chyna believes the false abuse claims caused her career injury and exposed her to hatred, contempt, ridicule and shame, and discouraged E! network execs from associating or dealing with her. (The Blast)
Back in May, a report suggested her value went down after publicly splitting up with ex-fiancée Rob Kardashian a couple years ago.
BC’s turning 30 next week, and we’re told she’s spread the word to promoters she’s available for club bookings. We did a little digging and turns out Chyna’s earning power has fizzled since breaking up with Rob Kardashian (unless waging courtroom war counts). The numbers are staggering — BC went from booking gigs that paid her up to $30k not too long ago in her heyday with Rob & Co. … to now struggling to snag more than $7k per gig. (TMZ)
Weeks prior, footage surfaced of Chyna getting into a confrontation over a fan touching her and Rob’s daughter Dream.
Blac Chyna was involved in an apparent altercation at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, on Easter Sunday. The incident, which was captured on video and shared on Twitter, shows the reality star with a group of friends at the theme park. She appears upset, at one point picking up and swinging a pink stroller before a male pal takes it away from her. (Us Magazine)