AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna has treated her Instagram followers to a slew of sexy new photos of herself. In one of the photos she posted on the photo-sharing platform over the weekend, the 29-year-old former erotic dancer showed a generous amount of her underboob as she posed in a gray crop top.
The sultry pic, which she shared for a partnership with a women's clothing brand, also showed a glimpse of her toned torso with intricate inking drawn across her stomach and hands. The Lashed Bar founder sported long lashes and dramatic smokey eye makeup.
Chyna also shared another photo of her, wearing the same top and teaming it with a sexy, matching mini skirt and a pair of white tennis shoes, lying on the couch. With her long hair being styled into loose curls, she could be seen smoldering to the camera.
Chyna sharing the sexy snaps came after she talked about getting serious about her blossoming career as a rapper. In an interview with XXL in November 2017, the mother of two shared, "I want people to know that I'm serious about this." She continued, "I want to let my stuff speak for itself."
"I want to blow they socks off. I feel like if I need help I can call my friends like French [French Montana] or Nicki [Nicki Minaj] for advice," Chyna said, adding that her career as a dancer has only helped her break into the music industry as she's already been recognized by several major artists.
"What even made me start to think about this venture is like, 'Hey, I'm already in the industry and I done kinda reached the highest of the things I was doing,' " she explained. "I'm an entrepreneur, I have a shop, I have Lashed, I have 88 Fin, I done did the TV scene. I done did all that so it's like,'Hey, Chyna, what's your next big thing?' "
Chyna shared, "The first song that I was ever put in was Drake's 'Miss Me'. That was the first big song and then Nicki and 2 Chainz ... and then 'Rake It Up'." She admitted, "Being recognized is already a major thing. It made my life a little bit easier because they saw something in me which makes me more confident about even trying to go into music."