Did Blac Chyna drag Rob Kardashian with her latest music video appearance?
Coincidence? I think not
by Una Dabiero
Blac Chyna, mother of Dream Kardashian and overall badass, appeared in rapper Belly's new video for "P.O.P." or "Power of Pussy." Naturally, she shows off her pussy power in spicy lingerie and faux fur, dancing around all sexy-like.
And if looking hot in the ~finest~ of clothes isn't enough of a dig at her ex Rob Kardashian, she appears in the video while Belly raps "She took you for everything, you let her do it again."
The best part is definitely her smug facial expression:
While Blac Chyna hasn't made a statement on the intentions of her music video performance and may just be practicing to become a rapper herself, it seems like this would be the perfect revenge on Rob.
And honestly, that revenge porn poster deserves this and a day in court. YGG.
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