AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna is no stranger to showing off her best assets in racy outfits. The Lashed Bar founder bared her chest as she appeared to wear no shirt and bra underneath her yellow jacket that she left open when she was spotted leaving a party in Hollywood on Sunday, September 17.
Chyna was close to exposing to onlookers her entire ample assets in the unzipped bomber. The 29-year-old stripper-turned-reality-TV-star later took to her Instagram account to share her racy look from the outing. She rocked long blonde braids that went down to her feet.
Teaming her racy look with a pair of black leggings, white socks and matching sneakers, Chyna sported heavy makeup and cat eyeliner. She posed with her female pal in a photo she shared, while in one video she was seen playing with her glossy hair and showing off her cleavage from the best angle.
Chyna also shared an artsy video featuring her spinning around to showcase her outfit and her extremely long braids. She was also seen cracking a big smile and at one point turning her back to the camera to show off her big and bouncy behind.
Chyna's latest outing comes after she reached a custody agreement with her ex-fiance and baby daddy Rob Kardashian. The former lovers ended their custody battle over their only daughter, 10-month-old Dream Kardashian, as they agreed on a joint custody of the little girl.
Chyna allegedly asked for $50,000 a month in child support, but Kardashian was willing to give her only $10,000 a month during their early negotiation. The "Rake It Up" babe finally agreed when the sock designer offered to double the sum in exchange of her dropping the domestic violence charges against him.
"Chyna is pleased that Rob has agreed to peacefully coparent Dream with her, as she has been requesting all along," said Chyna's lawyer Lisa Bloom. "Because Rob agreed to continue to stay away from Chyna and not contact her, Chyna has agreed to take the domestic abuse hearing scheduled for Monday, September 18 off calendar. She will always have the right to go back into court if further incidents of domestic abuse occur."