Blac Chyna Set To Elevate Her Self-Growth Journey In Fox’s ‘Special Forces’

Blac Chyna Set To Elevate Her Self-Growth Journey In Fox’s ‘Special Forces’

Blac Chyna is set to make an appearance on the upcoming season of FOX’s reality quasi-military training show, Special Forces. The recent news has garnered immense support from fans and followers, who expressed their excitement through encouraging comments on the social media star’s post. 

‘Not Built To Break’

Blac Chyna, real name Angela White, will be making an appearance on FOX’s Special Forces. In an exciting announcement, Chyna shared a clip of the trailer featuring herself on her Instagram, stating:

“Not built to break. Watch me in the season premiere of #SpecialForcesFOX September 25th on @foxtv and the next day on @hulu.”

One user wrote, “Yasss doll!!! God is with you!!! I’m rooting for you on the other side of the screen! Can’t wait to watch xoxo.” Where another user also wrote, “True definition of inspirational, I have watch your journey for a while now. the growth and natural healing from inside and out is Top tier.”

Turning Over A New Leaf

Special Forces follows a unique premise, showcasing individuals undergoing rigorous military-style training. As Chyna joins the cast, viewers can expect to see her push her limits and display her resilience onscreen. 

The season premiere of the show is scheduled to air on FOX on September 25th, with streaming available on Hulu the following day.

Chyna’s journey of rebranding and personal growth has been a prominent theme recently. The socialite has been transparent about her newfound faith and her decision to distance herself from her previous adult film career. 

Her appearance on Special Forces aligns with her ongoing efforts to showcase her transformation and inspire others.

Dr. Umar Wants To Help Sukihana Transform

In relation to Chyna’s rebranding journey, media personality Dr. Umar has recently sparked a debate with his plans to transform rapper Sukihana’s raunchy image. Some have raised concerns about the potential for misogyny or whether this is a positive step in reinforcing a better image.

Back to top