Blac Chyna Says Her Heartfelt Reunion With Wendy Williams on Documentary Was Unplanned

In a new interview, the 35-year-old model and TV personality reveals that she didn't know there would be cameras when she visited the former TV talk show host in her house.

AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna revealed that her appearance on the Wendy Williams documentary was never planned. In a new interview, the model and TV personality shared that she didn't know there would be cameras when she visited the former TV talk show host.

During a sit-down to talk about the 10 millionth meal served to underprivileged children through the Caterina's Club non-profit, Chyna, who now goes by her birth name Angela White, explained how her cameo on "Where Is Wendy Williams?" happened. "I just went over to her house," she told Entertainment Tonight's Deidre Behar.

"I popped up. I knew the security downstairs because I used to come there whenever I was in town," the 35-year-old further recalled. The mom of two also said that Williams had no idea she was coming over and was surprised when she showed up in front of the door.

In the interview, Chyna also talked about her bond with Williams. The former fiancee of Rob Kardashian shared that before being best friends, they used to have back-and-forth since the TV host would bash her in her famous segment "Hot Topics" on "The Wendy Williams Show".

The "Rob & Chyna" alum also weighed in on the bombshell documentary, adding that she didn't watch the full documentary. "I've seen certain clips and things like that. I'm the type of person if I see more than what I need to see, I'm gonna have to dig and get to the bottom of certain things and I'm just like, 'Whatever for me is supposed to be for me,' you know what I mean?" she said. "And I was there for Wendy and I didn't even know that they were, like, filming a documentary."

Despite the criticism surrounding the project, Chyna believed that it played an important role in spreading awareness regarding Williams' current situation. "I definitely think that for me, to be honest, I think it was definitely necessary to be made," the OnlyFans model said.

"I feel like ... people actually do need to see it 'cause it is happening and it can really, honestly happen to anybody, you just never know, and hopefully, maybe this is gonna help other people to see 'cause I'm gonna tell you this, I did start it, it did make me upset 'cause the struggling with the alcohol like that was one of my things struggling with the alcohol," she divulged. "So to see Wendy, you know, struggling obviously with the alcohol and her substances over the years, you know, it hurts and it's like the alcohol part with me, so it's like I can relate to that."

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