Just a couple of days after Blac Chyna said people would be seeing more of Angela White, her real name and true self, it’s been revealed that she’s been accepted into Harvard Business School Online. But soon after that announcement was made, the Ivy League school refuted those claims.
On Thursday TMZ reported the mother of two received her admissions letter on April 22, and she’d be enrolling in a Business Analytics course, which Harvard’s website says will strengthen one’s ability to “Develop the data mindset and analytical skills to make informed decisions.”
The course is supposed to last for eight weeks, and would’ve taken 40 hours to complete.
Chyna spoke with TMZ about being accepted, and it all has to do with her continued mission of self-improvement.
“Where I’m at now is a stage of realization and growth,” Chyna explained. “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.”
And besides the positive post she shared earlier this week and the news of Harvard, the 30-year-old also uploaded a message about resiliency. Plus, she wrote her real name at the end, which goes along with the promise to reveal more of Angela instead of Blac Chyna.
“You can overcome whatever is going on around you if you believe in the light that lives within you! Blessing to all … Love, Angela,” she wrote on Wednesday.
“I love your new vibe,” someone wrote about Chyna’s new positive outlook.
“Congrats on Harvard acceptance 🙏,” wrote another.
But the congratulations may be premature, because TMZ also reported the Harvard idea was concocted by a PR firm and a man named Christian Emiliano, who calls himself the “Social Media Renaissance Man.”
Emiliano supposedly reached out to Chyna’s team and said for $3,250 his company will complete the course for her and even take graduation pictures that she can post on social media.
Chyna would just have to take one test, they’ll provide the study guide and she’d get full credit for the course to strengthen her brand.
After the news about the PR firm surfaced, Chyna’s team admitted they were contacted by Emiliano, but Chyna decided to take the course without his help, which Emiliano confirmed.
But then someone at Harvard spoke to TMZ and said “Harvard Business School Online has not admitted nor provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White.”
At this time, Chyna hasn’t responded to any of this.