Blac Chyna, who made her name as a model, reality TV star and singer, has made no secret of the fact that she is carving out a new career path for herself as a businesswoman, beauty mogul and, as it now turns out, a religious leader.
The 33-year-old recently revealed that she has completed a Doctorate of Liberal Arts course at the Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College. The program includes the study of the Old and New Testaments, Biblical languages and the historical contexts of the Bible. She completed the course, which is focused more on theology than traditional academic subjects, earlier this year.
She shared the happy news with her enormous following on Instagram, declaring herself “so proud to announce that I will be receiving my Doctorate of Liberal Arts from the Bible Institute of America-Texas Seminary.” She expressed her gratitude to the team at the college, adding, “Thank you again for sharing your love, your passion, your knowledge, and your teachings with me. The marathon continues.”
Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, has come a long way since her humble beginnings in Washington, D.C., where she was born to parents Shalana Hunter and Eric Holland. She has faced criticism for her choices, many of which have generated controversy among her fans and the tabloid press.
Much of her fame in recent years has been attributed to her high-profile relationships with rapper Tyga, with whom she shares a son named King Cairo Stevenson, and reality TV star Rob Kardashian. She has also been the subject of intense media scrutiny and speculation about her cosmetic procedures, which she has often been frank and honest about.
However, it now seems that Chyna is harnessing her energy in more positive ways. She has revealed that she has quit adult entertainment site OnlyFans and reversed some of her previous cosmetic enhancements. Her decision to study theology appears to be part of an effort to find more fulfillment in life.
The reality TV star had previously spoken about feeling pulled towards Christianity and wanting to “become whole.” She also revealed that she was baptized on her 34th birthday in May, saying “Better late than never”.
It is worth noting that the certification Chyna received is not an academic degree, but rather an honorary qualification awarded to her by the college for some of the work she has done. However, her passion for theology is clear, and it appears that she has taken her newfound knowledge very seriously.
While some have perhaps been skeptical of Chyna’s ability to switch careers from reality star to religious leader, others have praised her ambition and dedication to personal growth. Whatever the case, it seems that Chyna is committed to making the most of her newfound knowledge and using it to help others.
In a world where instant gratification and material success often seem to dominate, the story of Blac Chyna’s rebirth as a theological scholar and potential religious leader provides a refreshing reminder that there are always new paths to explore, no matter where we come from or what our past holds.