Blac Chyna Celebrates Being Sober for 1 Year and 4 Months: ‘I’m Going For the Two'

The 35-year-old took to Instagram to share her latest wellness milestone and the sweet gesture made by her boyfriend.

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Angela White, formerly known as Blac Chyna, is celebrating a major milestone in her journey to wellness.

On Sunday, the model and media personality shared a video to her Instagram account revealing that she has been sober for one year and four months.

In the clip, White arrives home from a church service only to discover notecards on the floor set up by her boyfriend, Derrick Milano. Each card has a number on it corresponding to the amount of months White has maintained her sobriety with a sweet note beneath it. Past the 16th note is a celebratory cake topped with strawberries sitting on top of a grand piano.

“I walk into the house and Derrick had that surprise for me. Today marks one year and four months of my sobriety. 16 months,” she said in the clip with a squeal. “I’m going for the two.”

The 35-year-old has been making major changes in her life. Last year, White made headlines when she announced that she would be undergoing breast and butt reduction surgery and later had her facial fillers dissolved. Recent efforts to reduce her breast size resulted in some scary complications which she chronicled in detail on her Instagram.

The model, who at one point was reportedly earning upwards of $240 million dollars in 2021 via OnlyFans, shut down the account.

“I don’t do OnlyFans anymore—I don’t do it anymore at all,” she said on The Jason Lee Show in March, per the New York Post. “I’m just changing everything about me. It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that.”

Her children, King Cairo and Dream, were also at the center of her decision to leave the NSFW website behind.

Last month, White and her ex Tyga, with whom she shares son King Cairo, 11, reportedly reached a custody agreement over the child. 

According to TMZ, the two will share legal and physical custody, including "mutual decision-making on their son's health, education and general welfare."

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