Blac Chyna has been dropped as a brand ambassador for a stroller company after her recent altercation at a theme park on Easter Sunday. Chyna was at the theme park with her two children and friends. Numerous park patrons uploaded cell phone videos of Chyna trying to swing her daughter's push-along car stroller at the Six Flags Magic Mountain outside of Los Angeles.
It was all a bit too much for the stroller company, who were horrified at the sight of a stroller being used as a dangerous weapon.
Chyna was in the park with with son King Cairo, 5, daughter Dream, 16 months, her boyfriend YBN Almighty Jay, 18, a bodyguard and a few friends.
The makers of Momiie, a new baby stroller brand, viewed the videos online and decided Blac Chyna was not the person they wanted representing their brand in the U.S.
Momiie is not the maker of the toy push stroller that Chyna is seen in the video trying to kill somebody with.
According to TMZ.com, Chyna teamed up with the company in February and was supposed to promote it on social media in exchange for a cut of the profits and possibility of her own stroller line with the brand if the partnership worked well.
A Momiie representative tells the gossip website her latest outburst made it difficult for their deal to continue, saying, "(We) cannot excuse that sort of reaction and behavior particularly in a family resort around children."
The altercation wasn't the only reason Chyna was dropped. The Momiie bosses were uneasy after a sex tape starring Chyna and an ex-boyfriend was leaked earlier this year.
Chyna's ex-fiancee Rob Kardashian, was also horrified by her childish actions that could have endangered his daughter, Dream.
He is reportedly planning to file legal documents at a family court to restrict what Chyna can and can't do around their daughter following the drama.