Blac Chyna has shared her videos of getting her hip tattoo removed as she calls it a journey to transform her life.
On Instagram, she posted a video of her during a doctor's appointment. The caption of the video stated that she thanks the Lord for saving her life and that she is removing the Baphomet tattoo which is a deity alleged to be worshipped by the Knights Templar.
It represents satanic connotations and she wishes to send that energy back to the owner.
"Thank you, God, for saving me. 🙏🏽 Removing this Baphomet tattoo. I’m sending all this energy back to the owner."
In the video, she went on to say that when she first got the tattoo she did not have a negative meaning towards the statue as most people attach the tattoo to but she now does not want any demonic thing on her body.
"When I first got the tattoo, that is not what it meant to me. I just don't want anything negative or demonic on my body anymore."
She continued to state that she is letting go of the negative energy that is holding her back in life.
"I am releasing all negative energy that is holding me back ... It gots to come off. You know what I mean? I'm about to have no mark of the beast - anything like that."
Blac Chyna started her career as a stripper and an urban model. A series of namechecks and hip-hop video music appearances started her on the ladder to stardom.
Drake is the very first rapper to namedrop Chyna on his 2010 hit song "Miss Me."
This was followed by a job playing Nicki Minaj’s body double in Kanye West’s Monster music video, Nicki’s twin in her own Come On A Cone video, and a proper starring role as Tyga’s girlfriend in Rack City, a part she clearly took very seriously as they were engaged a year later.
Blac Chyna recently removed her fillers, and silicones on her breast. She calls it a journey of transformation.