Blac Chyna Tells Woman She Did Not Feel Good After Allegedly Kicking Her in Stomach in Video

Footage has surfaced showing the aftermath of a physical altercation between the video vixen and a woman named Sequoya King, for which the model is currently under investigation by LAPD.

AceShowbizBlac Chyna only gets a bad rap rather than feeling any sort of satisfaction after getting involved in yet another altercation. The video vixen says she “did not” feel good in a video taken in the aftermath of the recent dramatic confrontation involving the reality TV star.

A video obtained by TMZ has shown the aftermath of the alleged attack, which took place on early Friday morning, May 6 in Los Angeles. In it, the woman named Sequoya King appeared to challenge Chyna as saying, “Fight me. Fight me,” while the model attempted to get farther away from the situation.

In the clip, men were seen trying to diffuse the situation and calm both women down, while one of the women was heard saying, “Why you’re holding me not her?” Later in the video, King asked Chyna, “Did it make you feel good when you kicked me in my fat a** stomach?” A man claimed, “She did. She felt big.” Meanwhile, a woman believed to be Chyna answered, “No, I did not.”

Previously, it was reported that Chyna is under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department for battery. LAPD confirmed that the 33-year-old is named as the suspect in a battery report filed on Friday, May 6. King, who made the allegation, claimed that she and Chyna got into a verbal dispute earlier that day.

King alleged that Chyna became furious because she assumed she was being recorded by people in the bar. The alleged victim, however, denied that she used her phone to record the former “Rob & Chyna” star. Still, Chyna took King’s phone out of her hand and smashed it down on the ground.

The former fiancee of Rob Kardashian allegedly also snapped at King and kicked her in the stomach, prompting the latter to fall down. The altercation ended after the socialite’s friends dragged her into a car.

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