Nigeria: Much Ado About American Super Model, Blac Chyna's Planned Visit to Abuja

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2 November 2018

The news of American super model, Angela Renée White, a.k.a Blac Chyna's planned visit to Abuja, later this month went viral on the internet few days back. The former stripper confirmed her readiness to storm the country via her Instagram post,describing Nigeria as "motherland".

Chyna is being offered a huge sum of N10 million to attend a private pool party as a host in Abuja, and she's can't wait to entice FCT fun seekers with her alluring, sexy body. The curvy mother of Rob Kardashian's only son wrote on her Instagram page: "Hello Nigeria!!! I'm visiting the motherland finally to party with the @playnetworkafr in Abuja.. Shout out to Charlesofplay and hit him up for invites".

Confirming her visit, Arafat Balogun, the manager of Play Network Africa reportedly revealed that the deal cost $30,000 aside travel plans and accommodation.

"Blac Chyna will spend no less than two hours at the private event; she could possibly elapse this time range depending on her team."

Black Chyna began stripping to pay for her college tuition, but dropped out after falling asleep in class severally due to the nature of her work. Meanwhile, pundits are wondering what's so important about the former stripper's august visit to the country that is generating so much buzz on social? Will her visit in a way positively affect the lifestyles of the youths, or will it further promote immorality in the country? They are asking...

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