Blac Chyna looks stoic in tie-dye pants & crop top during 1st outing since losing $100M lawsuit against the Kardashians

Blac Chyna looks stoic in tie-dye pants & crop top during 1st outing since losing $100M lawsuit against the Kardashians

BLAC Chyna has been spotted in public for the first time since losing her multi-millon dollar defemation lawsuit against the Kardashians.

The former reality star looked stoic and blank as she filled up her gas tank in a Calabasas, California gas station.


Chyna, 33, had on tight, body hugging, rainbow colored workout pants and tied-up yellow shirt.

She admitted she had just hit the gym, and was makeup free at the moment.

In video footage obtained by The Sun, Rob Kardashian's ex tried to put on a happy face, saying that she felt, "good," and plans to work on her music and her brands.

"Just working on myself," she confessed, adding: "And my kids, that's it."

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BLAC APPEAL

But first, an appeal of her trial loss, funded by an appeal from her mom, Tokyo Toni, who is begging fans for $400K so that her daughter can fight the decision.

Tokyo – whose real name is Shalana Hunter – has apparently started up a GoFundMe page in hopes of reeling in enough money so that Chyna, 33, can fight back against the court's decision.

The GoFundMe, titled Cheering for Blac Chyna's Appeal, is asking for a whopping $400,000,

It reads: "Hi, I am Shalana Hunter- BKA Tokyo Toni. I would like to appeal to the courts.

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"This GoFundMe fundraiser [will] help my daughter, Angela R. White – BKA Blac Chyna – financially in this endeavor to get justice."

"Appeal for a new trial coming soon," she concluded before signing off, "Momma Tokyo."

Fans got word of the GoFundMe as they quickly reacted when a grab of the page was re-shared on Instagram.

One person wrote: "This is so embarrassing," as another suggested, "I think she really thought she was going to win, and money is tight right now."

A fan commented: "I'm going to bed but I needed this laugh."

"She has six cars, she doesn’t need s**t from me," another added, referring to the time Chyna claimed she gave up "three cars" because her baby daddies Rob Kardashian and Tyga offer "no support."

As the first day of the fundraiser nearedclose, it struggled to raise $500.

BLAC LOSES

All this comes after The Sun confirmed that Chyna did not come out on the winning end of her trial against the Kardashians.

After almost two days of deliberation, the court revealed the jury ruled that no damages would be awarded to the model.

Chyna sat in stunned silence after the shocking verdict was read, according to a Sun reporter who was in court, while the defendants skipped out as they were attending the Met Gala in New York City on Monday.

Despite not having to pay out damages, the jury did conclude that Kris Jenner and her daughters Khloe, Kim, and Kylie did NOT "act reasonably and in good faith to protect their own economic interests."

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However, they decided all but Kylie’s conduct did "not prevent performance or make performance more expensive or difficult," per the questions on the jury form.

Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, later told reporters outside the courthouse they are appealing the decision.




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