Blac Chyna says there's "no turning back" when it comes to her romantic relationship with Rob Kardashian after their brutal online war.
The reality star opened up about her former fiance and baby daddy exposing her nude photos during a social media battle in a new interview with PEOPLE, where she says she's happy to put that relationship behind her.
"I'm glad I'm relieved of [Rob], but damn, why did I have to get relief in this way?” she told the mag. "I feel like God does certain things — not to hurt you, but to show you your true strength. I feel like, if I can come out of this, I can come out of anything."
"I'm not going to take something that happened to me in the past into my future,” she continued. "First and foremost, I'm going to make myself happy because once I'm happy, then Dream can be happy and then King [her son with Tyga] can be happy and then everybody else around me can be happy."
While she said "words are words" when it comes to some of the nasty messages she and Rob were sending back and forth, Chyna explained that Kardashian really crossed a line when he started sharing her nude photos with the world.
"It's actually against the law," she said, referencing the California revenge porn law. "If I was to go and do a very artsy, high-end photo shoot exposing my breasts, that's my choice. This is my body. It's my right. Once somebody else does it, it's just not right. I'm hoping that somehow, some way, this will let [more people] know, 'Don't do it.'"
Her only worry when it comes to his tweets about her: "When somebody that's actually been the closest to you says these things, other people are going to believe it,. But the people that I actually care about, my family and friends, they're all I worry about. I'm not going to sit here and hide in my house over somebody else being hurt or jealous or insecure."
She went on to tell the magazine that other women have thanked her for going public with her fight against Rob, inspiring them to take similar action.
"I just want to voice my story — voice what's real — because at the end of the day, the person next to me could possibly be going through the same thing," she added. "For people to actually look up to me really means a lot. These types of things, they happen every day. A lot of women, they don't address it. See it, recognize it — but don't be tainted by it. Just be strong and positive."