Blac Chyna is officially a part of the Harvard University community.
On Thursday (April 25), the 30-year-old former reality star, born Angela Renée White, confirmed to TMZ that she was recently accepted into an online course at Harvard Business School. "Where I'm at now is a stage of realization and growth! I want to be great for myself and my kids," she told the entertainment news site. "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."
Chyna, who is a mother-of-two — she shares King Cairo, 6, with Tyga and Dream, 2, with Rob Kardashian — will begin the course on May 29. According to People, the "40-hour, 8-week Business Analytics course, aimed to help students develop a data mindset and the analytical skills to interpret and communicate data, costs $1,500" and "essentially" has no admissions requirements. The application for the course consists of filling out your educational history and current job status, the mag reports.
Earlier this week, Chyna posted a cryptic letter to her fans, which now appears to be about her enrollment in the Harvard course, that spoke about "new beginnings," and "growth."
"Over the last couple of years, you guys have been given a perspective of who I am from the media and people closest to me. I've been bullied, humiliated, manipulated, and discredited as a mom," she wrote on Instagram. "Looking back at a lot of my actions, I'm reflecting and realizing that confusion is a serious thing. Of course I'm not proud of some of the pain I have caused, and I am working to be the best me. Blac Chyna doesn't define Angela White as a person."
"At 30, I am overwhelmed with the blessings I have," Chyna continued. "Being a mother of two amazing children. I don't talk on things often, but I promise to give you guys more of me. Angela White perspective. Thank you for years of endless love. Your support for me is a blessing!"
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