Blac Chyna Loses Out On Endorsement Deal
American model and entrepreneur, Blac Chyna might have lost a major stroller deal and this is coming after her recent fight video surfaced online.
Recall that the mother of two was captured on camera trying to attack a woman who touched her daughter with a pink stroller at the Six Flags Magic Mountain outside Los Angeles.
The video at first, did not reveal what caused the fight, but she later took to her Instagram page to address the fight, stating that the unidentified person tried touching her daughter, Dream at the park.
“Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny,” Chyna wrote. “But when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child, it’s a whole other story.”
“I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost,” she added.
The video has been a major topic for many, with many people worried on her behalf especially because of her ongoing feud with the father of her daughter Rob Kardashian; they fear the video has given him the tool to fight for primary custody of their daughter.
And while that is still pending, Chyna has lost out a major stroller deal.
“Sources involved in the deal with the stroller company, Momiie, tell us … it’s pulled the plug on its collab with Chyna in wake of her stroller-swinging skirmish Sunday at Six Flags,” TMZ reports, adding, “We’re told the incident was not the sole reason for Momiie’s decision.
Honchos had already grown uneasy with Chyna’s behavioral issues — not to mention a leaked sex tape — and the impact it might have on their brand. The fight video was definitely the final nail in the coffin.”
Confirming this story, a representative of the company says “[We] cannot excuse that sort of reaction and behavior particularly in a family resort around children.”
Chyna is yet to react since this news surfaced.
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