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Blac Chyna: 'People have got me twisted'

Published 30/08/2016

Blac Chyna
Blac Chyna

The hip hop muse claims her infamous reputation is bogus.

Glamour model Blac Chyna insists the general public has got her all wrong.

The 28-year-old star is expecting a child with her fiance Rob Kardashian and in addition to becoming new parents in the near future, the lovebirds will also be broadcasting intimate details of their relationship for all the world to see on their upcoming E! network docu-series Rob and Chyna.

Blac is baring all her full pregnancy glory for the cover of Paper magazine's September 2016 issue and the star tells the publication in the accompanying interview she intends to bare all on Rob and Chyna too.

"It's what my reality is, (and) you can't really be scared of your reality," she shares.

Before she became a household name, she turned heads as a prominent hip hop muse, a music video vixen and she also worked as an exotic dancer at world-famous strip club King of Diamonds in Miami.

But Blac believes she has an unfair infamous reputation that really has nothing to do with her authentic personality, something she hopes to clear up when her Rob and Chyna TV series starts.

“I’m excited about fans getting to know me as a person and not as a thing or a face," the star reveals. "I’m funny and smart, and they’ll see me as a mum with several businesses just keeping everything together. I’m looking forward to showing my relationship with Rob, our day to day, our struggles and what we’re dealing with, positive and negative. I hope when people think about Blac Chyna, they think of a mogul and entrepreneur, a mother and a bada** b**ch.”

Blac, who shares three-year-old son King Cairo with her rapper ex Tyga, is the owner of clothing label 88fin, her own brand of adhesive eyelashes, LASHED by Blac Chyna, and a beauty bar called Lashed in Encino, California.

Her six-part docu-series with husband-to-be Rob will debut in America on E! network on Sunday 11 September (16).

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