Reality Star Shuts Down OnlyFans, Removes Demonic Tattoo After Her Faith In Jesus Was…


Once known for her provocative appearance and lifestyle, reality star and model Angela White, formerly known as Blac Chyna, is embarking on a new journey as a born-again Christian. The former Nicki Minaj stunt double, who gained fame for her exaggerated looks and highly-profitable OnlyFans account, has decided to make some significant changes in her life.

White, now 34, rose to prominence with her striking figure, which she achieved through breast and gluteal implants, facial fillers, and a controversial demonic tattoo on her hip. However, she recently declared that all of it must go.

“It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that,” she stated upon deactivating her $240 million OnlyFans account.

Her transformation began with the removal of facial fillers and the Baphomet tattoo, which she now sees as a symbol of negativity. “I just don’t want anything negative or demonic on my body anymore,” she explained.

White also shared that she was baptized on her birthday last May, an event she documented on Instagram, where she described the feeling of spirits leaving her body.

According to FOX News, White hired a driver to transport her to Las Vegas, where she began the process of removing the tattoo. The procedure will require multiple sessions, but she is excited to move forward with this step as part of her newfound spiritual journey.

White has also removed her breast and gluteal implants and dissolved the fillers in her cheeks and lips. In a recent interview on “Fox and Friends Weekend,” she explained her decision to undergo these changes, stating, “Honestly, for me, I was like, this is too much. It’s time for a change. This is not really who I am. Something just came over me like, the Holy Spirit came over me. And I was like, ‘You know what? I need to figure out about what’s my purpose in life. Like, why am I here?'”

White feels strongly about living her truth and embracing her new identity. She is committed to setting a positive example for others, especially when it comes to the dangers of body modifications. She recounted her own experiences with illegal silicone injections, which led to illness and a growing concern for her health as she aged.

Looking back on her decisions at 19, White admitted her naivety and urged others to be cautious when considering similar procedures. “By the grace of God, I’m still here. And I just want to set an example for the ladies and just really, really, really be careful with this because it’s very dangerous. It’s like playing Russian roulette. It’s playing Russian roulette with your life,” she warned.

With a new path laid out before her, Angela White is leaving the persona of Blac Chyna behind and embracing a spiritual journey with Jesus. As she continues to transform her life, she remains focused on discovering her purpose and becoming a positive role model for others.

Sources: WLT, FoxNews