Blac Chyna Treats Daughter Dream to Lavish Birthday Party Despite Financial Woes
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Amid her financial struggles, the former star of 'Real Blac Chyna' holds a princess-themed party in Santa Monica to celebrate her daughter's 7th birthday.

AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna has treated her daughter Dream Kardashian to a lavish birthday party. The former series regular of "The Real Blac Chyna", who has Dream with her ex Rob Kardashian, held the bash to celebrate her daughter's 7th birthday despite her financial woes.

The 35-year-old socialite, whose real name is Angela Renee White, appeared to have had a blast with Dream at the princess-themed party called "Dream Kardashian's Royal Princess and The Frog Soiree." The event took place at Famecast in Santa Monica on Sunday, November 12.

For the birthday celebration, Blac prepared a birthday cake with a princess decoration on its front side and a gold crown, "Happy Birthday" as well as "7" signs on top of the green cake. She also invited a real-life Princess Tiana to entertain Dream and party guests. In addition, she had a tall white horse, which was styled into a unicorn with manes dyed in rainbow colors, at the venue.

A series of photos from the fun party were uploaded via Instagram by account handler @omg_itsmogreene. In one of the photos, Blac, who donned an all-black outfit and matching sunglasses, could be seen sharing a hug with Dream. Another photo saw Dream, who looked chic in a leopard-patterned dress and long locks, hopping on top of the horse.

Blac hosted the extravagant party more than one month after it was revealed that she has been struggling to survive financially. In October, it was reported that she wrote in legal documents that she is earning money by putting her belongings, including clothes, purses and shoes, up for sale. She allegedly has earned more than $178k this year from the sold stuff.

Later on, Blac claimed that she sold the stuff to have "a fresh start." Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on October 3, she said, "I feel like a lot of things hold energy, right? And we had discussed this before, I just kind of wanted a fresh start. And I don't think nothing's wrong with selling your old stuff."

"I feel like, at this point in my life, I don't really value materialistic things," the former "Rob & Chyna" star further elaborated. "Yeah, it looks nice, but it's like, why go out and grind and hustle for this money to go and spend it on something that could potentially just disappear?"

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