Blac Chyna Reportedly Dating Controversial Rapper Kid Buu


Blac Chyna sure knows how to pick 'em. 

The former reality star is reportedly dating controversial rapper Kid Buu. The two sparked dating rumors earlier this week after they were spotted together in Iceland.

Both Chyna and Buu shared similar photos and videos of their trip to their perspective Instagram Stories, which led fans to realize that they were there together. Buu also shared a photo of what appeared to be Chyna's back to his IG Story, which he captioned, "LookN like a snack." Adding to the dating buzz, the pair was spotted holding hands while walking in an airport on Monday (December 11).

As fans know, Buu, whose real name is Markquez Lao Santiago, has quite the troubled past (and really present too). Buu racked up a long list of charges back in 2008, including child abuse, obstruction of justice, robbery, and criminal mischief. 

Despite claiming to be 24-years-old, Buu's ex-girlfriend, Sarah Penman, recently revealed he's actually 30-years-old. She also accused the Florida rapper of being a compulsive liar and emotionally abusive. 

Oh, and I can't forget to mention that he believes he's a second-generation clone who's had his memory wiped away. (No joke) Buu claims he encountered a UFO, which led him to join the Raelian movement (a group of people who believe the Earth originated from extraterrestrials) and caused him to have many of his memories erased. "It eliminates anything that is aggressive in the mind and that is just gonna be toxic to you or your livelihood," Kid Buu said in an interview, claiming his wiped memory makes it hard for him to remember what led to his past criminal charges. "For that reason, a lot of stuff is really hard to remember." 

Chyna was last linked to 19-year-old YBN Almighty Jay. Jay and Chyna went public with their relationship in March after reportedly meeting on Christian Mingle. The on-again-off-again couple called it quits in June, got back together in July, but eventually called it quits for good weeks later.  

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