Apparently, Harvard did not admit reality star, Blac Chyna.
According to previous reports, Blac Chyna also known by her government names Angela White has not been admitted to Harvard Business School.TMZ reports a representative from the institution confirmed that “Harvard Business School Online has not admitted nor provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White.”
According to a letter that Chyna received, she was invited to take a course on Business Analytics. The exploratory course would provide knowledge on data interpretation as a key factor for business decision-making which would have been vital for Chyna considering she is a proprietor of several businesses.
According to TMZ, “the material seems daunting.” Chyna would have learnt how to recognize trends, detect outliers, and summarize data sets. The course also requires students to analyze relationships between variables, develop and test hypotheses and craft sound survey questions and draw conclusions from population samples. More technical aspects could have had Chyna learning to implement regression analysis and other analytical techniques in Excel.
Although she has not posted to clarify her admission to Harvard, it seems she is still keen on securing her coin, taking to Instagram to promote a new skin ‘brightening’ cream. She captioned her post “am soo thankful for this ALL NATURAL product it helps the skin with acne scars, brightness, stretch marks and honestly any skin condition you have. ”
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I am serving skin today!!! Do you see my skin 😳 No make up thanks to @organicskinlightener I am soo thankful for this ALL NATURAL product it helps the skin with acne scars, brightness, stretch marks and honestly any skin condition you have. Summer is around the corner let’s get our skin glowing ✨ together ✨ !! Use code “Theglowup” to get a discount 💋✨
In late 2018, Chyna faced lots of backlash for promoting a skin bleaching product. According to the BBC, Chyna visited Nigeria in November 2018 to promote a new skincare product. It was reported that “Whitenicious x Blac Chyna Collection is described as an “illuminating and brightening cream” that “lightens without bleaching skin out.” Skin lightening products have been banned in several countries across the globe including the U.K, due to its toxicity and the dangers it poses to users.
Blac Chyna is a mother of two, with several businesses including her most recent cosmetics business venture, Lashed Cosmetics.