Blac Chyna debuted her new boyfriend in a flirty Instagram post on Dec. 11, amid her three-year lawsuit battle with Rob Kardashian’s family.
Blac Chyna, 32, shared and then deleted a photo of Lil Twin, 23, with a caption that suggested he was her new boyfriend. “Mines,” Chyna wrote underneath the photo of the rapper (real name Hector Macho), which she posted on Dec. 11. Fans quickly blew up the comments section on Chyna’s photo of her new beau, which she took down on the very same day of posting.
Lil Twin is part of the Team Twin rapping duo with his twin brother Twin Twin, but releases music under his solo name too. His latest releases include “Pressure,” “Do or Die,” and “Heartless Love” (which has 121,000 views on YouTube). He has also collaborated with artists like Morgan Westbrooks and BackEndRugrat. Lil Twin has an impressive following on Instagram, with 237,000 followers.
Chyna’s last high-profile romance was with rapper Soulja Boy, 30, whom she spent Valentine’s Day of 2019 with. The relationship was short-lived; before that, Chyna had been in a relationship with YBN Almighty Jay in 2018, which had gotten a lot of attention due to their age difference (YBN was 18 years old at the time, while Chyna was 30 years old).
One of Chyna’s most famous relationships, however, was with Rob Kardashian, 33. They share their daughter Dream Kardashian, 4, and even once co-starred in a reality television with called Rob & Chyna that ended after one season. After their engagement officially ended as well in early 2017, Chyna went on to file a lawsuit against Rob’s family and claimed that they had used “power and influence over the E! network to kill the second season,” according to the court documents that HollywoodLife obtained in Oct. 2017. The lawsuit specifically named Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner.
Amid this lawsuit drama with the Kardashians that is still ongoing, Chyna has also been embroiled in a custody battle with Rob. He reportedly filed an emergency motion to seek primary custody of Dream in Jan. 2020, according to TMZ, which was then reportedly denied two months later in March. However, the parents did work out a way to make the most out of Dream’s fourth birthday in November, by each throwing a separate Disney-themed party for their daughter.