Blac Chyna continues to shed the pounds, more than a week after giving birth to baby girl Dream Kardashian, and is also back Snapchatting fashion selfies.

The glamour model and star of the E! series Rob & Chyna of posted on her stream videos of her lip-syncing hip-hop tracks late Friday, including a clip showing her wearing a black mini dress and sporting a long lavender wig. It marked the first such Snapchat clips since she and Robert Kardashian welcomed their daughter, who was born Nov. 10 via c-section.

Blac Chyna, who has often shared glamour and fashion-themed posts over the years, had mainly concentrated on posting pics and videos of the baby, her 4-year-old son King Cairo, her breast pump and other motherhood-related posts since giving birth. She continues to do so—she appears with her boy in a recent clip on a set near a green screen.

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Blac Chyna also shared a video of her weighing 174 pounds on a scale, showing a 3-pound weight loss in one day.

Blac Chyna, Weight Loss, Snapchat


She had shared a similar clip Thursday, a week postpartum, which showcased she had gone from her peak pregnancy weight of 192 pounds to 177 pounds. Most of the weight she shed was due to giving birth to the baby and her placenta and losing fluids, which she will continue to do naturally over the next few weeks.

Blac Chyna has said her goal weight is 130 pounds, which is how much she weight before getting pregnant with Dream.

She and Rob have talked getting back into their workout and healthy eating routine after the birth of their daughter. Blac Chyna was spotted at a health food eatery near the Kardashian family's homes Saturday.

She showcased a healthy meal of salmon, rice and a salad on Snapchat earlier this week.

Watch the Rob & Chyna Baby Special Sunday, December 18 at 8 p.m., only on E!

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