Blac Chyna Posts Teary Cryptic Instagram Live Stream Video – Details Here!
Blac Chyna is obviously going through a lot of changes in her life right now at this moment including her separation from Rob Kardashian, a compromising leaked sex tape and her newest love episode with an 18 year old little known rapper. With that said, this morning, Blac Chyna posted an emotionally charged cryptic live stream video on IG. The post came as a surprise to many fans and social media enthusiasts because Chyna was crying while listening to Logic’s song called “Fade Away.” Among other topics, Logic’s song talks about accepting death, it also talks about historical figures’ names being forgotten over time.
During the stream its apparent that Chyna wants fans to know that she is crying and for those who may have a smaller screen on their mobile devices, she leans into the camera for a close up. Although it is 100% unclear what caused her breakdown, and what message she was trying to convey to her fans, they were supportive of Chyna in a mostly positive manner. Other fans and social media enthusiasts speculated on why she was crying and the songs relevance to her teary breakdown. The pressure to maintain stardom is seldom seen by fans because they are outside looking in. However, that insight which normally took place behind closed doors is very visual now thanks to social media and its connection to the world. Remember Tyrese’s teary breakdown?
Ultimately, tears are not necessarily a bad thing because Blac Chyna could have also been crying tears of joy. Or it could be a publicity stunt to promote Logic, an artist who you probably never heard of until now. Who actually knows?
Check out her IG stream below and decide for yourself.
#PressPlay: #BlacChyna, you okay sis?
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