Angela Renée White, professionally known as Blac Chyna, has gotten herself into a burning pit when reports claiming she had been accepted into Harvard Business School online were deemed as false.
The former stripper, reality TV star and an American model-turned-beauty entrepreneur made headlines a few days ago when word got out stating that she had been accepted into Harvard.
The initial reports by TMZ stated that Chyna had been accepted into the Harvard Business School online program and they had a copy of the mother-of-two’s admission letter to prove the claims. However, everything took a turn when Harvard responded saying it was false.
On Thursday afternoon, Harvard denied that Chyna had been enrolled in any online course. “Harvard Business School Online has not admitted nor provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White,” the university, referring to Chyna by her real name, told TMZ.
The outlet said it was unable to reach Chyna’s representatives for comment.
The TV reality star began her stripping career in Maryland to pay for her college tuition and while attending Johnson & Wales University in Miami, Florida, she resumed stripping but was too exhausted to attend classes.
She later dropped out and focused more on stripping and modeling. She borrowed the name “Blac Chyna” from a customer and was a popular hit at the Miami club due to her exotic looks.
According to TMZ’s earlier reports, Chyna was supposed to take a course called Business Analytics, which teaches students “how to interpret data and make savvy business decisions,”. The class consists of 40 hours over eight weeks and begins on May 29.
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Author: Allan Bangirana
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