Black Chyna Allegedly Gets SATANIC Tattoo On Her Butt! (Close Up Pics)


Blac Chyna is going viral this morning, after an image of the beautiful model - taken from her Onlyfans page - appears to show her with a satanic tattoo on her butt. MTO News could not verify if the satanic tattoo was real, or photoshopped onto the pic however.

But in the image Chyna appears to have a "baphomet" tattoos on her posterior. Baphomet is a demon and/or symbolic icon which originated in the 14th century. The Baphomet has been worshipped by satanists for centuries, and has been a symbol of secret societies like the Knights Templar and the Freemasons.

Now it appears that Chyna has it on her butt. Here's the picture:


By contrast, here is a photo of the Baphomet:


But Chyna isn't the only celebrity who has a fascination with the satanic demon image. Beyonce Knowles Carter was accused of using Baphomet imagery in her fashion and in her music videos.

Last week Chyna was in the news for other reasons as she accused the Kardashians of being racist. According to TMZ, "The Kardashians are blasting Blac Chyna for what they see as a desperate attempt to take advantage of the country's renewed focus on racism for her own gain.

Here's the deal ... Chyna is accusing NBCUniversal and the Kardashian/Jenner family of racism on the heels of Gabrielle Union filing a discrimination complaint against the Peacock. BC's new attorney claims racism is the real reason "Rob & Chyna" never got a second season on E!, which NBCUniversal owns.

As you know ... Chyna is locked in a legal war with the entire Kardashian fam, filing a lawsuit way back in October 2017 claiming they went behind her back to NBCU and got her reality show with Rob canceled. Now she says racism is part of it too.

Kardashian-Jenner family attorney Marty Singer tells TMZ ... "This is a 2 year old lawsuit in which Chyna has changed her defense more times than we can count. Sadly, unsurprising to anyone, she has stooped to a new low, changing her defense to try to leverage the emotions and pain of the moment, insulting the pain and suffering of real victims of racial injustice and systemic racism."