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Blac Chyna set to weigh 200lbs when she gives birth

Published 19/08/2016

Blac Chyna
Blac Chyna

Blac Chyna will be relying on detox tea, exercise and a strict diet to get back into shape after giving birth.

Blac Chyna predicts she’ll weigh 200lbs by the time she gives birth.

The 28-year-old star is currently expecting her first child with fiance Rob Kardashian, and she also has son King Cairo, three, with ex Tyga. Blac has made her weight gain no secret over the last few months, and isn't bothered about watching her figure during this period, revealing she hopes to gain 100lbs.

Her last public weigh in came in at 170.8 lbs, and on Thursday (18Aug16) she updated fans on her new number.

In a series of texts on Snapchat, Blac said: “So I weighed in I’m 183lbs , and loving it ! So far I gained 48lbs. I truly believe I will be 200lbs when I delivery that’s 17lbs away (sic)”. Accompanying the messages were emojis such as a heart-eye face, a baby and a crying laughter face.

However, judging by her motto, “I’mma tear it up, and then I’mma snap back (sic)”, Blac is planning to slim down dramatically after giving birth. After revealing her weight the brunette star listed strict diet, detox tea, working out and waist training as just some of the methods she’ll follow to get trim again.

It seems that Blac isn’t the only one going through a transformation though, as Rob’s appearance has changed dramatically since the couple unveiled their relationship at the beginning of the year (16). As well as slimming down thanks to the support of his bride-to-be, Rob appears to have a new inking on his neck, which was revealed in a Snapchat video posted by Blac.

The 29-year-old sock designer is seen sat next to his fiancee, with the word ‘Anjila’ seemingly scrawled onto his neck in delicate front. TMZ reports this is Blac’s real name, Angela, in Arabic, though it’s unsure whether the tattoo is real yet.

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