Blac Chyna declares herself “unstoppable” as she celebrates one year of sobriety.
“I made up my mind on September 14, 2022, that I was done with the alcohol,” the former OnlyFans model, whose birth name is Angela White, posted on Instagram Friday alongside a series of photographs.
“This process is not easy but I did it, I plan on continuing practicing sobriety.”
Chyna then thanked everyone who had supported and believed in her, including herself.
“Angela White is unstoppable, smart, beautiful, brave, a great mother, and a great friend,” she continued.
“I love you. ~ Angela White ❤️🙏.”
The 35-year-old “Rob & Chyna” alum thinks her story will inspire others who are “struggling with any addiction.”
“Just know that you can do it and you are worth it,” she wrote. “God loves you. It’s so many different apps, and groups that can help you with this journey, and you’re not alone.”
Chyna, who looked stunning in bright pink hair and a cheetah print blazer, proudly displayed her milestone celebration, which included a cake, balloons, and a flower bouquet.
Several people praised the mother of two on her significant achievement.
“Sobriety looks so good on you 😍😍,” one fan wrote.
“Congratulations ❤️❤️❤️❤️ I’m extremely proud of you!! Keep up the great work. ️,” another added.
Chyna’s sobriety is only one aspect of the life-changing journey she began earlier this year.
The model, who has a son, King, with ex Tyga and a daughter, Dream, with ex Rob Kardashian, wanted to improve her life to provide a better example for her children.
She subsequently deleted her OnlyFans page in March, which apparently gave her millions of dollars.
After a few weeks, the former stripper revealed she had butt and breast reduction surgery.
Chyna revealed in an emotional Instagram video that she had her rear expanded when she was 19.
“I just want all the ladies out there to know, do not get silicone shots because you can get sick, you can die, have complications and all this other crazy stuff,” she said at the time.
Chyna’s desire for transformation led her to be baptized and revert to her birth name.
Days later, she said that she had removed “demonic” tattoos, including a goat-headed emblem known as Baphomet.
“It’s gots to come off.” “I’m not about to have no mark of the beast,” she declared in a March Instagram video.