From ex-stripper to Kardashian star

From twerking on stage for some of rap's biggest names, Blac Chyna is now about to be a big time reality TV star.

Blac Chyna

Not many people would have caught the Young Money rapper name checking Blac Chyna in that line of the song. Six years ago Blac Chyna was  a stripper at King of Diamonds, a strip club popular among rappers in the United States. Drake’s name drop would kick start her notoriety.

Today with a couple of high profile relationships under her belt, Blac Chyna is a marriage away from being a member of the most famous and powerful reality TV family- the Kardashians.

Not many would have placed a bet that the stripper who was Nicki Minaj’s stunt double in Kanye West's  video ‘Monster’ would end up being a sister-in-law to Kim Kardashian.

After appearing on the cover of several urban magazines she acted in the movie '' in 2012. Blac Chyna would have her name splashed across tabloids when she started dating Young Money rapper Tyga.

Blac Chyna and the former Young Money rapper met in October 2011 at the after part of Chris Brown’s '' tour after party. Blac Chyna would later appear in Tyga’s hit music video ‘Rack City’ a month later. They started dating shortly after. On October 16, 2012 Blac Chyna gave birth to Tyga’s son. They got engaged in December 2012 but split in 2014.

When Tyga started dating Kylie Jenner, Blac Chyna was pitted against the Kardashian/Jenner clan. Apparently despite the media creating a rivalry Blac Chyna has claimed she is cool with the Kardashians. Before Tyga even started dating Kylie, Blac Chyna was regularly seen with Kim Kardashian in Los Angeles.

In January 2016 much to the surprise of everyone Blac Chyna started dating Rob Kardashian. What started off as a joke to many later became serious as both Rob and Blac Chyna revealed they were truly in love. In April 5, 2016 Robert Kardashian proposed to her. Furthermore they are now expecting their first child.

Born Angela Renée White on May 11, 1988, Blac Chyna is living the American dream. How many strippers make it to the top? As fate would have it her kids with Rob Kardashian will be the only offsprings to bear the Kardashian name.

If all goes according to plan, Blac Chyna is about to move into another level of fame and tax bracket. According to TMZ Chyna and Rob are considering starring in their own reality series which would see them earn between '$150,000 to $200,000' per episode and $500,000 each for a wedding day special.

Not bad for a girl who used to be Nicki Minaj’s stunt double.

Watch Blac Chyna flaunt her engagement ring on Snapchat below;

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