If you eat it everyday. Yes. If you eat it occasionally along with an otherwise healthy diet, then no. I have great cholestrol levels but I rarely eat fried foods, or other fatty foods.
Although chicken is usually considered to be a good low-fat meat choice, how you cook it can make a big difference. For example, one chicken leg with the skin still on it has more fat and cholesterol than a cup of ice cream or a hamburger. Keeping the skin on poultry or frying it can turn it into a high-cholesterol food. Also, remember that dark poultry meat has more fat than white meat. When making chicken choices, opt for skinless and skip the dark meat.