In a heartfelt celebration, Blac Chyna, also known as Angela White, took to Instagram to mark a significant milestone in her life—her one-year anniversary of sobriety. This reality star, recognized for her resilience and transformation, shared glimpses of this remarkable journey with her social media community on Thursday, September 15.
Blac Chyna’s post resonated with authenticity as she reflected on the past year of self-discovery and growth. “September 14, 2023, marks my one-year of sobriety. This year taught me a lot about myself,” she shared. “I made up my mind on September 14, 2022, that I was done with alcohol. This process is not easy, but I did it, and I plan on continuing practicing sobriety.”
In addition to revealing a screenshot of her Twelve Step tracker, Chyna’s post featured a heartwarming moment shared with her mom, Tokyo Toni. The emotional frame captured Toni giving her daughter a sweet kiss on the cheek, emphasizing the power of familial support during challenging times.
Chyna’s journey into sobriety has been an inspiration to many, and her message extended beyond her personal triumph. “I’m hoping that when you see this, this will inspire you if you are struggling with any addiction. Just know that you can do it, and you are worth it. God loves you,” she encouraged. Chyna highlighted the available resources, such as apps and groups, that can aid others on a similar path, reinforcing the message that no one is alone in their journey to recovery.
The celebration of this milestone continued on The Tamron Hall Show, where Chyna and Tokyo Toni shared an emotional reunion. Toni, expressing her joy at seeing her daughter transform positively, noted, “Hollywood, it does things to people. It changes you, and to see her be different, meaning in a bad way, I had to go in to pull her out. Seeing her sober, no makeup, fillers gone, this is who I birthed. Angela. This is who I birthed.”
Chyna, embracing her true self during the interview, acknowledged the contrast between her public persona and her authentic identity. “This is my day-to-day. I get dressed, and I do the makeup and the glam and everything, and I feel like that’s more of the ‘Blac Chyna’ brand side. This is just me; this is Angela.”