Blac Chyna Just Skipped an Appearance on ‘The Real’ and the Hosts Are Furious
For the past few months, Blac Chyna has been on a press run for her new reality show, The Real Blac Chyna, which airs on Zeus Network, an influencer-driven subscription video-on-demand service.
She’s interviewed with everyone from Wendy Williams to Rickey Smiley, and she was just due to
Inside Blac Chyna’s interview on ‘The Real’
Again, the model was supposed to sit down with the ladies on Sept. 23 to discuss her new reality show, which she says gives fans a behind-the-scenes peek into her life — “the good, the bad, all of that.” But she did not show up for reasons that are still unclear at the time of writing.
Bossip reports that the panel sat around waiting for Chyna. And eventually, co-host Loni Love “tried to play off Chy’s absence,” saying that she “took too long to get dressed” and that they’d run out of time.
Love vented on Instagram
Her show’s social media team later made a joke about the situation on Instagram, sharing a photo of an empty hosting couch. But Love wasn’t so amused. She hit the comments and vented about how Chyna wasted their time and money.
“What some folks don’t realize is that was two segments we could have given to someone that really [needed] to promote something…” she wrote. “They not letting everyone in other talks especially people of color…we took a chance…then we had to fill the time…[that’s] thousands of dollars gone to waste.”
Did it have something to do with Wendy Williams?
Some social media users believe that Chyna skipped the show due to her friendship with Williams, who recently exchanged some shady words with Love.
In case you missed it, the drama started on Sept. 18 when Tamar Braxton went on Williams’ show and opened up about whether she would rejoin The Real, from which she got fired in 2016.
“Here’s the thing. I don’t want to be anybody’s marketing tool this season, no shade. I just wish everybody well and I feel like sometimes God has to move you out of situations before you become more toxic to yourself,” Braxton explained before dismissing her former co-hosts as “catty.”
Williams chimed in calling the show “cute,” but added that it is not as good without the Grammy-nominated singer.
Love fired back at the pair
Hours later, Love responded and pointed out that their “cute” show has also won an Emmy Award, which is a feat that Williams’ series has yet to accomplish.
“First of all, thank you for calling us a ‘cute’ show. We are also an Emmy-winning show. Don’t forget that,” she said.
We can’t say for sure whether this is the cause of Chyna’s absence. But hopefully, we’ll see her on The Real soon. If not, well, you can keep watching her show on Zeus Network.