When you’ve done dirt, there comes a time when you have to come clean.
At least Blac Chyna feels this way and has poured out her heart on social media about her past indiscretions that have caused people (like her baby daddy Rob Kardashian) some big pain.
On Monday, Chyna said that although “growth is painful,” she is now working to make some much-needed changes.
She captioned the post: “Growth is painful. Change is painful. But, nothing is as painful as being where you do not belong! #newbeginnings.“
“Over the last couple of years, you guys have been given a perspective of who I am from the media and people closest to me. I’ve been Bullied, Humiliated, Manipulated, and Discredit as a mom!” The reality star wrote.
“Looking Back at A lot of my actions, I’m reflecting and realizing that confusion is a serious thing. Of course I’m not proud of some of the pain that I have caused, and I am working to be the best me,” said Chyna who has a son King Cairo, 6, with ex Tyga and daughter Dream Renée, 2, with Kardashian.
Chyna, born Angela White, said she’s ready to give her fans much more and showed them love back by thanking them for “years of endless love.”
“Blac Chyna doesn’t define Angela White as a person. At 30, I am overwhelmed with the blessings I have,” said Chyna.
“Being A mother of two amazing children. I don’t talk on things often, but I promise to give you guys more of me. Angela White Perspective. Thank you for years of endless love. Your support for me is a blessing!” she concluded.
We’re glad Chyna is hanging up her messy boots to do better.
Blac Chyna’s landlord sues her for $48,000 in unpaid rent
Maybe Chyna’s money woes have opened her eyes.
According to Radar Online, her landlord, Michael Kremerman, has filed a $48,000 lawsuit against the model turned reality TV star. Kremerman claims Chyna not only failed to per her rent, she also breached her lease and reportedly damaged his property.
The mother of two originally signed a one-year lease for a 6-bedroom, 5-bathroom, $4.5 million Studio City home and then opted to extend the agreement to go until March 31, 2019.
The document clearly stated that the property was listed at $16,000 which was to be paid to Kremerman. However the suit claims that, “During the period of Nov 1, 2018-Mar 5 2019, the Defendant [Chyna] failed to make any rent payments.”
We guess she can’t ask Rob for a little loan, huh?