"P.O.P." stands for "power of pussy", and the song is about how men get overwhelmed by women (please don't make me elaborate). In Belly's new P.O.P music video she shows off her boobs, butts and p**** seductively.
The mother of two children made her sexy moves a worthwhile activity alone in the video. While there were some fans that cheered Chyna for the music video appearance, there were others that thought this was a bad look for Chyna to seemingly throw shade at Kardashian.
While the music video is not supposedly about Kardashian, the entrepreneur appears to take aim at her on-again, off-again beau, who is also the father of their almost one-year-old daughter, Dream, smiling while Belly raps, "She took you for everything/You let her do it again". However, Rob is not being supportive when it comes to her budding rap career - comparing his former fiancée to Britney Spears' ex-husband Kevin Federline. "What's the point if your heart is not in the right place", another user wrote.
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Blac Chyna is the focus of another hoo-ha-centered brouhaha - and this one might involve a subtle jab at Rob Kardashian. I'm like, 'How could somebody, like, post these pictures of me?' " Chyna (née Angela White) said during an ABC News interview aired on Good Morning America in the wake of the attack. "I just felt betrayed".
According to PEOPLE, the duo were expected to appear in court yesterday for the continuation of the lawsuit she filed against him after he leaked her nude photos, but the hearing has now been pushed back to September.