Earlier in the week, Blac Chyna, announced she would be attending Harvard Business School. Well, the Ivy League university said that was a hard no for them, which points to more scam-like behavior from the reality TV star whose given name is Angela White.
“Harvard Business School Online has not admitted nor provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White,” the esteemed college said in a statement to TMZ.
Blac Chyna’s application was supposedly approved Monday.
“Where I’m at now is a stage of realization and growth,” the 30-year-old told TMZ at the time. “I want to be great for myself and my kids. School is going to help me take things up a couple of notches. People are always talking about me, might as well talk about the good. I’m excited for the next chapter.”
Well, they probably aren’t talking about the good now.
The business school program is a 40-hour, 8-week business analytics course aimed to help students develop a data mindset and the analytical skills to interpret and communicate data. TMZ wrote that Blac Chyna was made aware of the program via Christian Emiliano, who refers to himself as Social Media Renaissance Man. His email pitch read, “Our team will complete all the course work for you, all you have to do is take one test (we will provide you the study guide) and then take credit for the program.”
TMZ claimed that Blac Chyna’s people “acknowledge they got Christian’s pitch, Chyna never hired him and decided to take the course on her own. Christian confirmed that to us as well.”
As of Friday morning, Black Chyna had not responded to Harvard saying she was not accepted.
Blac Chyna was involved in other foolishness back in November when she traveled to Africa to promote the offensively titled skin-bleaching cream, “Whitenicious x Blac Chyna Collection.” The alleged toxins cost $250.
She had been babbling that she uses the skin cream, but it was later reported that she never once did.
“Despite her partnership with Whitenicious by Dencia to roll out her ‘Whitenicious X BlacChyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream,’ she’s never applied it to her own skin. We’re told BC was presented with a business opportunity and offered good money to promote the cream — which goes for $250 per Swarovski crystals-studded jar — so she said yes,” TMZ wrote in November.
Yep, Blac Chyna allegedly was never using the cream even though she was pushing the product in Lagos, Nigeria. It was a sad twist considered 77% of women in Nigeria use skin bleaching creams. According to the World Health Organization, chemicals in skin bleaching creams can cause liver damage, reduced resistance to infections, anxiety, depression and psychosis.
Chyna clearly has a psychosis even without the cream.