Blac Chyna Gets ‘Demonic’ Tattoo Removed As She Continues On ‘Life-Changing’ Journey

Blac Chyna has had her 'demonic' tattoo of a Baphomet removed as she continues to embark on her 'life-changing' journey.
Credit: @blacchyna/Instagram & Alamy

Blac Chyna has got her ‘demonic’ tattoo removed as she continues to embark on a ‘life-changing’ journey.

Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, rose to prominence in 2010 as the stunt double for Nicki Minaj in the music video for Kanye West’s hit song ‘Monster’.

The 34-year-old model later became a household name thanks to her relationships with rapper Tyga and reality TV star Rob Kardashian.

Recently she has been embarking on a ‘life-changing’ journey after getting baptised and reconnecting with God.

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Since then, she has made a number of changes to her lifestyle – including having specific ink removed from her body.

In 2021, Chyna got a tattoo of a Baphomet on her left hip.

Baphomet is a goat-headed demon that is often used as a symbol of the modern Satanist movement.

The Real Blac Chyna star has taken to Instagram to share her process of getting the tattoo removed after getting baptised last year.

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In two separate posts on her social media page, Chyna shared with fans her journey with tattoo removal company Clear Out Ink.

The service starts at $100 per treatment, but it can take up to 12 laser sessions to totally remove the ink.

In the first post, her two children King Cairo Stevenson, 10, and Dream Renée Kardashian, 6, were seen helping their mother load up the car.

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Blac Chyna has had her ‘demonic’ tattoo of a Baphomet removed after deciding to turn her life around. Credit: @blacchyna/Instagram

The video is captioned ‘I am releasing all negative energy that is holding me back’, and she explains to her followers why she is having the tattoo removed.

“[The tattoo] got to come off. You know what I mean?” Chyna says.

“I’m about to have no mark of the beast – anything like that. 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.”

In her second post, she shares a recording of a conversation she has with the tattoo removal company who explains the process of the procedure.


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Fans of the model are responding in the comments to praise Chyna’s decision.

One person says: “I’m extremely proud of you. I appreciate your will to grow!!!!”

Someone else writes: “The greatest thing I’ve ever seen on the social media platform!”

“I love this transformation a living testament,” adds a third fan.

Another person comments: “I don’t know how to express how I feel about your transformation, but you’re doing great!”

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Since turning her life around, Chyna has deactivated her OFs page – where she was one of the top earners on the platform – had her filler dissolved and uses her birth name.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the model has explained her decision to embark on this journey.

She told the publisher: “I think my baptism on my birthday played a big part. Everything has been kind of trickling down for me and lining up perfectly.

“Now I’m just going by faith. I’m not even really going by like the Blac Chyna way or the Angela way.

“Because obviously there’s something I’m not doing right, even if I think I am. Now I’m doing the right thing to the best of my ability so I can become whole.”

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.