Blac Chyna filmed trying to hit woman with stroller at theme park

Blac Chyna and the stroller.
Blac Chyna and the stroller. Photo credit: Twitter/Balleralert

Blac Chyna can't even take her kids to a theme park without getting into a fight. 

The reality star was at an amusement park in Los Angeles with her boyfriend YBN Almighty Jay and children on the weekend, where she was filmed attempting to hit another woman. 

The stranger reportedly went up to Chyna and her family, and touched her daughter Dream Kardashian, who she shares with reality star Rob Kardashian. TMZ reports the woman also told Chyna she was a "hood rat". 

Videos filmed by bystanders show 29-year-old Chyna taking off her jacket to fight and then grabbing a pink car-shaped stroller to throw at the woman.

The woman herself took to Twitter to describe the incident, in a series of tweets which have now been deleted. 

In a screen grab of the tweets, the woman writes that she approached baby Dream and went to "rub her little hand". 

Blac Chyna filmed trying to hit woman with stroller at theme park
Photo credit: Instagram

A video captured by a bystander shows Chyna breaking away from her security guard and attempting to hit the stranger with Dream's stroller. 

After the incident, Blac Chyna took to Instagram to explain herself.

"Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny but when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child it's a whole other story," she wrote. 

"I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost. Love, King and Dreams mommy."

Meanwhile the rest of the Kardashian clan are reportedly "unsurprised" by the incident, with a source telling E! News "it's typical Chyna behaviour". 

"They are just glad Dream was not in the stroller and was safe. It's concerning that Chyna behaves this way with Dream around," the source said. 

"It's a shame that she can lose control of herself and rage so easily. The family hopes that she will be better for Dream and will learn from this."