Blac Chyna's quest for higher education is supposedly a scam.
The model was not admitted to Harvard Business School, although it was alleged that she was attending an online class.
Repeats of the Ivy League School have been denied Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, received admissions or a letter from the prestigious institution.
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A public relations firm had allegedly sent a fake letter to TMZ stating that the reality TV star would be enrolled in a course on business analytics. Chyna reportedly told others that people would do the work for them and that they would receive a fee.
It would only have to bring one study guide and post the program on their social media platforms
It is reported that one member of Harvard's alumni board is the one who exposed the suspected fraud. After receiving numerous calls from counted alumni, he examined the legitimacy of the letter.
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Anyone who thinks it is less picky who they take in on the campus compared to the prestigious school. Chyna is best known for transforming a former stripper into a social media entrant who has a complicated relationship with the Kardashian-Jenner family.
She shares her daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian and a son King Cairo with rapper Tyga with Kylie Jenner, Rob's half-sister.
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And it's still not clear who wrote the letter in question. Please comment.