For Blac Chyna, imitation is the name of the game.  

Not content with merely trying to trademark a Kardashian last name, the model and social media star is now attempting a Barbie makeover. Chyna, the mother of Kim Kardashian’s niece Dream, posted a brief clip on Instagram yesterday that showed herself being scanned by a lens-wielding operator, with the caption “working on something for my Chyna Dolls.” TMZ later reported that she was working with My3DNA, a company that produces photorealistic mini-me statues, to make Chyna dolls.

😆 Working on something for my Chyna Dolls

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According to the gossip site, Chyna has been working on the namesake figurines since last August. They’re slated to go on sale in early summer and will retail for $75 each. Walter Mosley, the entertainment lawyer and self-described “Blac Chyna protector,” didn’t immediately return a request for comment.

Going into the doll business could be a savvy move for Chyna who has had a long and tempestuous relationship with Rob Kardashian, Kim’s younger brother. Toymaker Mattel said in January that worldwide gross sales of Barbie rose by 7% in 2016. According to analysts, customers returned to Barbie, which had previously seen three straight years of sales declines, because of a renewed focus on dolls of different ethnicities and body types. The curvy 28-year-old, who is of African-American descent, would seem to fit the bill.

The dolls might help pay the bills, too: Chyna’s reality TV show “Rob & Chyna” was reportedly recently canceled by E!