Blac Chyna wears jaw-dropping thong swimsuit after promoting raunchy Only Fans video – The Sun

BLAC Chyna turned up the heat wearing a jaw-dropping high-rise cut, chrome thong swimsuit.

The provocative pics are helping to promote her raunchy OnlyFans account.


Blac's racy shots show little more than her braided hair, silver suit and sky-high stiletto sandals.

The high-rise number also flaunts her floral tattoos from her stomach down to her thighs.

She captioned one post in the sexy suit: "What I wanted to do was to paint sunlight on the side of a house."

For another she wrote: "Good, better, best."


Earlier this month, Blac, whose real name is Angela Renée White, promoted the OnlyFans account, wearing a red lace outfit with cut-outs on the side and a bow over her back.

She also twerked and touched her body as she modeled the look in bed.

In April, she posted a video showing her feet squishing grapes, appealing to the foot fetish community.

Alongside that video, she wrote: "Foot Freak Monday’s. Fans Only (link in bio). (subscribe to see more )"


For her OnlyFans account Chyna is charging a $50 for a monthly subscription.

She'll also offer a discount for buying three-months at $127.50.

A year's subscription costs $450.


The 31-year-old mother of two continues fighting with her baby daddy, Rob Kardashian, over custody of their three-year-old daughter, Dream.

Recently, she was accused of attacking him with a six-foot metal pole after their daughter was born.

He also said she strangled him with an iPhone cord while under the influence of cocaine and alcohol.

Rob claimed of the incident: "Chyna participated in a photo shoot at the Hidden Hills house, along with photographers, a makeup artist, a hairstylist, Chyna’s friends, members of her entourage and others.”

He alleged she "consumed large amounts of Moet Rose champagne and snorted cocaine" during the day.

He said: "As the day went on…he says she became increasingly erratic, aggressive and violent behavior as she became more and more intoxicated."

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