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April 06, 2020

China McClain of 'House of Payne' Poses in T-Shirt & Jeans in a Childhood Pic

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Another internet challenge has been circulating, and a person who decided to join in on the fun is China McClain of "House of Payne." 

The star shared a picture of herself as a young girl, smiling while dressed in a bright orange shirt and a pair of bell-bottom jeans. She accessorized her look with a pendant necklace and an high ponytail. 

McClain is currently on self-quarantine amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

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A THROWBACK TO HER CHILDHOOD

On the caption, she wrote "until tomorrow," which is what the person writes when they are doing the challenge so as not to give away how the challenge works to other people. With over 400,000 likes now, it is highly unlikely that China will be able to carry on the challenge to all those who liked her photo. 

After all, the challenge happens when a person clicks "like" on your "until tomorrow" Instagram, and they're going to have to post an embarrassing photo of themself on their own feed. 

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SOCIAL DISTANCING WITH HER SISTER

McClain is currently on self-quarantine amid the Coronavirus pandemic, as she is joined by her older sister Sierra. The two have been trying to keep each other busy through it all, hoping to get through quarantine period together. 

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However, while the social distancing measures have only been put in place for weeks, China claims she's been "living in quarantine" her whole life, as she has to put up with her sister a lot as they live together. 

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STAYING SAFE AMID THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Self-quarantine measures are being followed by millions of people around the world following the drastic spread of COVID-19 or the Coronavirus. The US topped Italy and China in the number of confirmed cases, and this has caused the government to impose lockdowns on the people, with non-essential stores closed and with people required to work and study from home in the meantime. 

In hopes of stopping the spread of the virus, people from countries all over the world are asked to stay home. This not only prevents healthcare systems from collapsing, but minimizes the possibility of contagion.

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