Blac Chyna Dubbed ‘Terrible’ and ‘Awful’ Over Debut Single ‘Deserve’


Blac Chyna Dubbed 'Terrible' and 'Awful' Over Debut Single 'Deserve'

While one deems it a ‘throw away’ track from featured acts Jeremih and Yo Gotti, one other apparently hates it so much that s/he will block anyone who calls it a bop.

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Just because Blac Chyna has dated a quite number of rappers in the past, it doesn’t mean she will somehow gets the talent to rap. The Lash Bar owner receives heavy criticism over her debut single “Deserve” which was unearthed on Monday, November 5.

Featuring Yo Gotti and Jeremih, the single finds Chyna letting loose some bars about not letting poor man get along with her because she’s all about money. “Uh, yeah, to these broke n****s, don’t deserve p***y/ Got they pockets empty, but they all lookin’,” she raps over the hard-hitting beats. “Get a hundred bands every time they book me/ Take him to the mall, just to show it off.”

Despite how hard she tries to record the song, people were not loving it. Many have taken to social media to criticize the mother of two over her “awful” and “terrible” skill. “The hook alone is just silly, but she really sounds awful. I wish her and many others at least study the game,” one said.


One other blatantly expressed his/her disappointment over the song, dubbing it a “throw away” track from Jeremih and Gotti. “She’s supposed to be doing better with Rob’s [Kardashian] money,” the said user added. One individual even vowed to block anyone “who claims that this Blac Chyna song bangs.”

“Who told Blac Chyna to start rapping? Nobody asked for this,” another said, along with a gif of a woman saying, “You better talk to her before I do ‘cuz I’mma hurt her feelings.” Some others simply deemed the song “trash.”

Chyna hasn’t responded to the criticism.

In an interview with XXL last year, the ex-fiancee of Rob Kardashian revealed that she decided to jump into music career because she wanted to try something new. “I’m already around it and most of the people I already know them anyway, so it should be really easy for me,” she said. “I feel like if I do need help of if I need mentoring I could call my friends like French [Montana] and Nicki [Minaj] or just whoever for advice and whatnot. I feel like it’s the right way to go.”