Blac Chyna's known for her modeling, but she's also dipped her toes into reality stardom.
After Rob Kardashian's revenge porn attack, it's very clear that Angela Kardashian just wasn't meant to be.
Nonetheless, Blac Chyna knows that all eyes are on her at the moment, and she's going to use this bump to launch her new career ... as the next Nicki Minaj?
Blac Chyna is still reeling from Rob Kardashian's social media tantrum.
In addition to accusing her of using drugs and cheating on him, he shared graphic nude images of her butt, bare breasts, and of her genitals.
Rob's just a classy guy like that.
To make matters worse, Rob shared the nudes to attempt to make fun of her appearance, at one point laughing at how "overly large" he thought that Chyna's nipples were.
Dude ... she'd recently given birth, and they weren't even that big, you creep.
Posting those photos in the first place could land Rob in serious legal trouble.
Because revenge porn is super illegal, as it should be.
Critiquing her body like that?
That's just gross.
And then there was the fact that Blac Chyna accused Rob Kardashian of domestic violence, which is even more serious than revenge porn.
No matter how this whole thing ends, the outcome will impact their nine-month-old daughter, Dream, for years to come.
With all of that baggage and more, TMZ reports that Blac Chyna is looking to dive into a new career:
More than that -- she apparently wants to be the next Nicki Minaj.
(There's already a Nicki Minaj who's alive and well, folks)
According to what multiple sources told TMZ, Blac Chyna has already begun using a recording studio.
Though she's said to still be in talks with several major record labels, and has already met with at least one -- Capital Records.
As far as what sort of music she's interested in doing, Chyna's interested in some variety:
Rap, poetry music, and traditional singing.
No, we're not sure what exactly poetry music means, either.
And if TMZ knows, they're not sharing.
Recently, Blac Chyna and Nicki Minaj both appeared for cameo roles in Yo Gotti's music video for "Rake It Up."
TMZ believes that this experience was an impetus behind Blac Chyna's decision to enter the music business herself.
As you might recall, what put Blac Chyna on the proverbial map to begin with was serving as Nicki Minaj's body double.
(Those aren't easy ... "shoes" ... to fill)
The context was actually for Kanye West's music video for "Monster."
You know, in case you feared that, with Tyga and Kylie broken up, Blac Chyna didn't have enough ties to the Kardashian family.
We don't know if Blac Chyna is really passionate about making music or if she sees this as a way to stay relevant for the long haul and, of course, as a potential cash grab.
Whether or not she's after cash, Chyna might want to make sure that any child support agreements between her and Rob are set in stone.
At $6 million, Rob's estimated net worth is about 50% more than Chyna's at $4 million, but that could change radically in just a couple of years as contracts and concert revenue starts pouring in.
TMZ says that Blac Chyna isn't into diss tracks, so we guess that she's not planning any lyrical retaliation for Pilot Jones' diss track against her.