Blac Chyna got herself into trouble yet again over the weekend after social media video’s captured the reality star swinging around a pink stroller. As it was previously reported, Chyna got into an altercation with someone after they supposedly grabbed her daughter, Dream, whom she shares with Rob Kardashian.
The Lashed Bar owner was caught on tape removing her jacket and grabbing a pink stroller and beginning to swing it around as if she intended on hitting the person with it.
Chyna, who’s seen wearing a skin-tight outfit, starts walking around angrily and tries to grab the stroller again. However, her friends jump in to stop her.
A representative for Six Flags said to People Magazine that a fight had broken out between two groups who visited their park, and their security department reacted right away. Both groups had to leave immediately.
The safety and security of those who visit their park are absolutely critical. Chyna took to Instagram, later on, to reveal what had happened exactly, indicating that a person attempted to touch her child.
Chyna said that being famous is already very difficult with the constant media and social media scrutiny, but when people try to touch your children, it’s something else entirely.
Chyna said she isn’t a violent person and doesn’t condone it either, but when a stranger attempts to touch her kids, she has no option but to defend her children with all she has. Chyna supports all of the mothers out there, especially the ones who will protect their kids no matter what.
According to a source close to Chyna, “Blac is very protective of her kids, and I believe she means it when she says she’ll protect them no matter what. And honestly, in her defense, no one has the right to walk up and grab your kids, that was totally out of line, and she was absolutely within her rights to react like that.”
Another insider explained, “it’s really hard for her to be a celebrity. You’d be surprised what kind of situations you can manage to find yourself in. It’s almost inexplicably difficult, and the level of entitlement of the average person is tremendous. They think that celebrities owe them something.”