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Blac Chyna Shares Her Breasts Almost Turned To ‘Mush’ After Implant Reduction Surgery

Blac Chyna Shares Her Breasts Almost Turned To ‘Mush’ After Implant Reduction Surgery

WBLS Staff
01/02/2024 08:34 AM EST

On Sunday (Dec 31), Blac Chyna—also known as Angela White —shared her painful complications that stemmed from a recent surgery. 

The mom of two revealed that one of her breasts “got encapsulated” due to complications from her breast implant reduction surgery.

“Quick story time about the breasts,” Chyna said in a black-and-white video.

“So, earlier this year, I was like, ‘You know what, I wanna take out my boobs. I’m over it I’m kinda tired of the fake look they’re too big for my body, too big for my frame and it just doesn’t fit me as a person anymore,'” she added.

So, she went to the doctor. "My doctor suggested that I go smaller and then smaller, just to see how my skin retracts," the model continued. "Because if I don't do it that way, then I'll just be left with basically saggy skin and I wouldn't like it because it would look really deformed."

Blac Chyna said she decided to reduce her implant size from 585 to 385 cubic centimeters. However, she noted that the "worst thing that could possibly happen happened."

"My left breast was encapsulated where the muscle had contracted around the implant," the 35-year-old added, "and it just was so painful."

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Blac Chyna explained she underwent her latest surgery on Dec. 21. "We decided to go with 190 cc's," she shared. "My doctor told me that I needed some type of implant because if I don't do some kind of implant, basically, my boobs are just going to be mush. And once again, this is something that I'm gonna have to deal with again in the next 10 years."

And while Blac Chyna acknowledged "these surgeries are so expensive," she noted that she's ultimately pleased with the results.

"All in all though, I'm very, very, very happy," the entrepreneur continued, "and I am excited because now I'm a part of the itty-bitty t--ty committee."