Remember all the threats Blac Chyna received for launching her skin lightening product in Nigeria? Well, you'll be happy to know that the product launch was successful without any violence.
Chyna, 30, teamed up with singer and entrepreneur Dencia to launch a new skin bleaching product called "Whitenicious" at a shopping center in Lagos, Nigeria on Sunday, Nov. 25.
Pictures posted on social media shows a large turnout for the event. Dencia told GoldMyne TV that Chyna was the "perfect" person to help her launch the product.
In this photo, Chyna and Dencia pose with Bobrisky, right, a Nigerian "male Barbie" who reportedly bought several jars of the product.
A Lagos media outlet denied rumors of beef between Bobrisky and Dencia.
"Despite all the rumours about #Bobrisky unfollowing #Blacchyna and not supporting her at her launch party, looks like everything is great in friendship town."
Nigerian singer Burna Boy warned Chyna not to bring her "poison" to his country. He also warned anyone who purchased the product that they might as well commit suicide.
He wrote on Instagram.com: "You can come and shake booty sha. But leave that your poison in your house [sic]."
Dencia, who was born Reprudencia Sonkey, had some unkind words for Burna Boy. She said the rudebwoy singer only promotes drugs and can't afford to hang out with Blac Chyna.
Dencia said Burna "came out of his drug-induced coma instead of taking a shower to clean up his fart/Cig smelling looking a-- he had time to talk about a woman?"
She added: "u can’t afford her a-- if she had to shake it, stick to the druggies on the side streets u are use to."
Security was extremely tight at the product launch on Sunday. Chyna did not disclose how much money she earned for the endorsement.