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Managers Threaten to Sue Blac Chyna for Millions
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Blac Chyna and her partner Rob Kardashian. Photo courtesy of Inquisitr.

Summary: Two men claim Blac Chyna owes them 50 percent of all the money she has ever earned from 2007 until now.

Who made Blac Chyna famous? The former stripper-turned-reality star has been in the spotlight for years, and now two men allege that they were responsible for putting her there. According to TMZ, they want a cut of her money, and they’re threatening to sue.


Jason Alston and Lincoln Hayes claimed that they signed Blac Chyna in June of 2007 to their company, Infinite Grind Multimedia. The men said that she agreed to a 10-year contract with them and that they were entitled to a laughably high 50% of her earnings during that period.

The self-proclaimed management team said that they discovered Blac Chyna when she was stripping in Washington, D.C. They said that they helped her modelling career by getting her covers on magazines such as Black Men and Straight Stuntin. However, she eventually moved on to more affluent pastures when she entered the glitzy world of the Kardashian family, and Alston and Hayes said that they are still owed their ridiculous 50 percent management fee.

Blac Chyna, real name Angela Renée White, rose to prominence in 2010 when she started to appear in hip-hop music videos for artists like Drake and Tyga. She started dating Tyga in 2011, and they had one son together. The couple split in 2014, and Tyga immediately moved on to Kim Kardashian’s younger half-sister, Kylie Jenner. Approximately two years later, Blac Chyna appeared to take a cue from a soap opera, and she started dating Kardashian brother, Rob Kardashian. They now have one child together, and their unique relationship led to their own reality show called Rob and Chyna.

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Alston and Hayes allege that Blac Chyna needs to pay them $3 million in unpaid fees, even on deals that they played no part in. They stated that they would sue her if she does not cough up the money by June. TMZ reached out to Blac Chyna who has yet to comment.

Do you think Blac Chyna owes Alton and Hayes unpaid fees? Let us know in the comments below.




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