Blac Chyna Yells at People to Get COVID Vaccine in Miami Airport in Viral Video

A video showing Model and reality TV star Blac Chyna yelling at people to get the COVID-19 vaccine while in Miami International Airport has gone viral over social media, racking up hundreds of thousands of views.

The video shows Chyna standing in the middle of the airport, ranting about vaccines while other people watch, some laughing. It's unclear what prompted the outburst.

Always thought Blac Chyna was a visionary pic.twitter.com/ktP9O125Q1

— Playlist Papi (@DapperDomo) October 12, 2021

"Go take the shot. The same s*** that you have to do to enroll your kids, if you have kids," she said, referring to vaccine mandates in schools. The COVID-19 vaccine is not mandated in public schools, as it has not even been approved for children under 12, but other vaccines have long been required to enroll.

She adds, "This is why people's grandparents is dying and s***. My grandma has been dead."

The video then cuts away to Chyna screaming about the vaccines.

"So go get the f****** vaccine and stop being stupid, h**," she yelled during the expletive-laced rant.

She doing the wrong thing for the right cause 😭

— OJ 🦒 ~ at Arcadia (@CoastBabyy) October 12, 2021

She added, "I knock ****** out for a living. And I'm a real b****. No cap from D.C., from ***** D.C. to Miami to L.A.," she said. "You can't f*** with me, can't get my businesses. This is all real rat s***, no cap s***."

When a group of people laughed at the tirade, she calls them "hyenas."

Twitter users reacted to the video on Tuesday.

"Always thought Blac Chyna was a visionary," wrote one user @DapperDomo.

"She doing the wrong thing for the right cause," @CoastBabyy tweeted.

Chyna—whose real name is Angela White—is known for her appearances on the reality television show Keeping Up with the Kardashians and her tumultuous relationship with star Rob Kardashian. She has also starred in her own shows, including Rob & Chyna and The Real Blac Chyna.

Her public persona has long been riddled with controversy.

In September, Kardashian filed court papers against Chyna in a domestic violence suit against her, alleging that she violently attacked him in December 2016 in a home that belonged to his sister, Kylie Jenner.

She sparked outrage in August for apparently posting transphobic tweets at her ex-boyfriend and the father of her son, rapper Tyga, writing that, "Tyga loves Trans, me 2." The tweet has since been deleted, following criticism that it was an attempt to shame the rapper.

In 2019, Harvard Business School accused her of faking acceptance into the university, writing that they had not "admitted or provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White" after Chyna's team provided a fake admission letter to TMZ.

Newsweek reached out to the Miami International Airport and the Miami Dade Police Department for comment but did not hear back by publication.

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A viral video shows reality tv star Blac Chyna yelling at people to get the vaccine in an outburst in the Miami airport. Here, she is seen attending the Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, on February 9, 2020. Amy Sussman/Getty Images