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Blac Chyna Finally Opens up On Numerous Cosmetic Procedures She Has Done On Her Body

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US model, Blac Chyna has finally spoken about the numerous cosmetic procedures she has done on her body

The mother of two was on Wednesday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show, and she spoke candidly about her plastic surgery past.

When asked by host Wendy Williams if her butt is “natural,” Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renee White, admitted that she had “something done” after the birth of her daughter, Dream, in November 2016.

“I went and got something done. I got lipo, because after I had Dream, it was, like, out of control. So I had some of it taken out,” she confessed.

Chyna was also very open about the four breast enhancement procedures she’s had done. “I went larger, larger then I went smaller. I felt like it was, this is just too much,” she said.

In addition, the 31-year-old revealed that her dimples are not natural and happened after she got piercings in her cheeks. “When I took them out I was like, ‘Oh, man, now I got dimples!'” she shared.

Chyna was also very open with Williams about her prior relationships with Rob Kardashian and Tyga, the fathers of her two children.

She also denied she dated  Rob Kardashian to get back at Tyga for leaving her for Kylie Jenner, Rob’s sister.

“It was like a connection right then and there,” she said. “I had him move out from Khloe’s house, move into my house, and it was very early on. He had moved in with me, and from there, we started losing the weight, he cut his hair.”

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No Rapper From Ghana Can Diss Me : EL

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Rapper Elorm Adablah aka E.L has stated emphatically that no rapper in Ghana than match him when it comes to doing a diss song.

E.L made this claims when he was questioned by Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central as the duration it would take him to respond to a diss directed to him.

In his response, E.L revealed that none of the rappers in the industry can even record a diss song or throw a punch at him because they are scared of what he can do.

“Oh no nobody can diss me in this music industry. Have you seen anyone dissing me in a song, nobody can diss me because they know my character and they know that I’m a stand-up guy.

“Me I’m here to preach love instead of adversity or unhealthy competition even though I think some of the beefs that happen it is very healthy competition.

“But I don’t think that there is anybody in my lane so if I find someone in my lane then probably we can encourage such things”.

“So far my problem is that I have not been able to find anybody in my lane so I’m relaxed in my corner. I won’t reply any diss songs directed at me. It is funny to me because I’m really enjoying the beefs currently going on since its entertaining.

“But nobody is up to my style so what I will tell them in a reply they won’t be able to understand. We will just keep it as it is so they should continue beefing whilst we enjoy”.

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Tonto Dikeh Goes Black Out For Murdered Girl In Church

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Controversial Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh has staged a black out for the murder of a student called Uwa.

Tonto Dikeh took to her Instagram to stage the black out, an indication of seeking justice for the death of the murdered girl. Most of the celebrities in Nigeria like Davido, Omotola Jalade, Genevieve NNaji, Don Jazzy and Rema have all reacted to the death of Uwa.

Uwavera Omozuwa was raped and murdered by an unknown assassins in a church near their house. Reports came in that Uwavera went to the church premises in Benin City to study when she was attacked, raped and killed.

The hashtag #JusticeForUwa has been trending on social media demanding for justice for the murdered girl.

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Virgil Abloh Criticized For Donating A Trifling $50 To #BlackLivesMatter Protesters’ Bail Fund

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Virgil Abloh, the founder and CEO of the premium brand ‘Off-White’ and artistic director of menswear line at Louis Vuitton, had a very interesting way of expressing his support to the Black Lives Matter movement and social media users are not here for it.

Since protests ignited by George Floyd’s death broke, many protesters who support the Black Lives Matter movement have been arrested for ‘looting’ and ‘violence’. Several celebrities have offered to pay for the legal expenses and release of the protesters who have been taken into custody.

While celebrities like Chrissy Teigen have already pledged $200,000 to help out the imprisoned protesters, Abloh revealed through his Instagram story that he had donated “$50” to protesters in need of bail money.
“The Miami community ~ I’m crazy inspired. For kids in the streets that need a bail funds [sic] for George Floyd protests,” he wrote in the Story.

In the backdrop of protests, Abloh took to his Instagram to rant about ‘streetwear culture’ and slammed the protesters for ransacking Sean Wotherspoon’s store.

In Los Angeles, the RSVP Gallery, which sells his ‘Off-White’ brand, was looted.

Reacting to the news, he said that the ones who have looted the merchandise should be ashamed of their actions.
“If it heals your pain, you can have it,” he wrote.

Twitter erupted with anger over Abloh’s modest contribution — some even briefly changed his Wikipedia page to read Virgil “Cheap Ass” Abloh and Virgil “50$” Abloh.

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