Blac Chyna is staying booked and busy, especially now that she’ll have to foot most of the expenses for her babies without the help of Rob Kardashian’s $20,000 child support payments. The model is now adding “bleach cream endorser” to her list of jobs. According to a flyer posted on Instagram, Blac Chyna will be hosting a skin bleaching cream event in Lagos, Nigeria very soon to sell “Whitenicious X Blac Chyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream.”
Founded by Cameroonian pop star Dencia, Whitenicious raised major controversy when it debuted in 2014, touting itself as a “fast acting, 7-day dark spot remover,” with before-and-afters of its formerly milk chocolate-hued founder turned a milky skin tone.
Similarly, Whitenicious x Blac Chyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream, which is thus far being launched and promoted exclusively in Africa, suggests “looking at the bright side of our faces,” with several Instagram posts featuring the media personality and mother of two preening with a Swarovski-encrusted jar of cream, and appearing slightly paler than her already light-skinned self.
The product’s homepage claims the product “brightens [and] lightens without bleaching skin out”—and as TMZ reported, a rep for Blac Chyna said that “she’s been using Whitenicious’ corrector for a few years to deal with her hyperpigmentation.” But the affiliation has understandably raised the ire of social media; so much so that comments have been disabled on all promotional posts on Instagram.
Looks fluffy, doesn’t it? Each cream jar features a Swarovski crystal stud design and goes for $250 a pop. Blac Chyna’s reps told TMZ that she’s been using Whitenicious dark spot corrector for a few years to “deal with her hyperpigmentation.” Now she has her own line of products to sell to women…and she’ll be personally handing them out in Nigeria. The curvy model will be dishing out her skin bleach in person to customers in Lago next week!
Previously, Chyna gloated about her expensive cars and house she purchased with her own money after child support activist Matt Barnes tried to insinuate she’d be going broke without the assistance of Rob’s money.