(Something tells me if that had been Steelo doing the same thing the outcome would have been a lot different — just sayin’!) Chanel was cuffed and stuffed into a police cruiser (above) and later booked on a misdemeanor battery charges.'Dudley, the daughter of a New York DJ who split her time growing up between North Hollywood and the East Coast, got her start in show business in the late 2000s when professional skateboarder-turned realty TV star Rob Dyrdek offered her a position on his show Fantasy Factory.Dudley, who boasts 2.3million Instagram followers, also has done voiceover work on the animated series Wild Grinders and made her acting debut on an episode of the MTV series The Hard Times of RJ Berger.Yes, ever since Chanel, the self-described "gangsta bitch," took a job manning Rob's front desk while chasing after her hip-hop dreams, Rob has made it his personal mission to make C. And though Chanel can usually take it on the chin and laugh off her many shame-pangs, Rob hasn't been any less heartened in his quest to get her flustered.
Now the situation is setting in and she is petrified as she is escorted to the stage.
So, yeah, I’ve been rapping way before I was on TV.
Although you’ve been rapping since the age of 14, at what point did you decide that you wanted to make a career out of it? I always knew I wanted to do music, and be in the entertainment industry.
If it's true we only tease the ones we love, Rob Dyrdek must have a sizable soft spot for Chanel West Coast.
The "Fantasy Factory" founder, who's spent years living out his childhood dreams on MTV, has also made it his mission to embarrass his loyal employees, and one bubbly blonde in particular. squirm, giggle and get so red in the face she could conceivably be confused for a fire hydrant.