Blac Chyna Could’ve Died from Her Illegal Butt Injections
Chyna says she had the equivalent of "a 2-liter Coke bottle" inside her buttocks for 15 years.
Blac Chyna is making major transformations back to her pre-plastic surgery body — including reversing what she has admitted to be illegal silicone injections in her buttocks. The procedure, which is often linked to health issues and even death, was undertaken when she was only 19, as she revealed in an exclusive interview for Access Hollywood.
The reality entertainment star admitted to having had five boob jobs, three instances of liposuction, and multiple facial fillers over the course of 15 years, but her butt augmentation is what scares her the most.
According to the interview, the “extremely dangerous procedure” was not performed by an actual doctor, but by a “regular person… giving whatever substance that they’re doing and giving it to you.”
The side effects of such a controversial procedure were felt by the former star of Rob & Chyna all of her life. She explained that her butt would get “super inflamed…get really, really hard and really hot. It was really scary.”
“They’re not gonna tell you, ‘Hey, you know, you could possibly die,’” she emphasized.
“The physical dangers of getting illegal fillers are many,” explained Dr. David Matlock, the plastic surgeon tasked with some of the reversal procedures. “You can have infection, abscesses, sepsis… patients can die from that.”
He also revealed to Access Hollywood that he spent eight hours removing the silicon from the botched BBL job.
Chyna stated that 1,250 CCs [cubic centimeters] were taken out, basically the equivalent of “a 2-liter Coke bottle” that sat inside of her buttocks for years.
The former stripper has been documenting her “make under” cosmetic surgery reversal process for followers on social media. She’s shared instances of her total rebirth, choosing to call herself by her original name (Angela White), and posting about her conversion to Christianity on Instagram, with a video of her getting baptized back in May 2022.
Along with her decision to reverse some of her cosmetic procedures, she’s begun removing some of her tattoos (including one that featured Baphomet, a biblical demon), and has stopped uploading content to her OnlyFans page.
The changes come just over a year after Chyna lost $100 million in a defamation case involving the Kardashians. The details involved the ex-fiancé of Rob Kardashian alleging his family “sabotaged her potential reality television career” when they split up while filming the second season of Rob & Chyna.
She lost the case back in May 2022, which may have influenced some of her retransformation decisions, according to reporting by OK! Magazine.