Blac Chyna Covered Up Her Tattoo Dedicated to Rapper Future

She learned that if you're going to brand yourself, it should only be for a blood relative.

Blac Chyna at SlutWalk

Reality TV Personality / Model Blac Chyna attends the 3rd annual Amber Rose SlutWalk on October 1, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Blac Chyna at SlutWalk

Turns out love isn’t always forever—and neither are tattoos. Blac Chyna just made some much needed edits to her Future ink, replacing the tattoo on her hand of her former beau’s name with that of her daughter Dream.  By the looks of it, the previous tat was partially erased.

Chyna branded herself back in 2015 when she and Future had been dating for barely a month. The "Mask Off" rapper was reportedly very into it. Since splitting with Future, Chyna went on to date Rob Kardashian, with whom she conceived her daughter. The couple announced their engagement in April of 2016, three months into dating. One month later, the couple announced Chyna’s pregancy, before breaking up shortly after Dream was born. After what looked like failed attempts at getting back together, Rob posted some very NSFW photos of Chyna, prompting her to take out a temporary restraining order against him.

Don’t worry—Chyna’s other hand is safe from any fuckboy-ery too. Instead of keeping that real estate open for a new man, the mother of two got her son King’s name tattooed there instead. Good call.

King is, of course, the son Chyna had with Tyga. The two dated pre-Future (from 2011-2014), before a fiery and very public break up. Then, in a weird, borderline-incestual twist, Tyga went on to date Rob Kardashian’s half-sister Kylie Jenner, before splitting earlier this year.

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