Blac Chyna’s Mom Tells Her “You Was a Statutory Rape Baby” & A Mistake – Details Here!
Blac Chyna and her mother, Tokyo Toni, have been giving each other the business in a series of rants that’s been getting uglier and uglier by the moment. The entire incident stems from what appears to be a dysfunctional mother and daughter relationship. In the past their issues included reports of complains publicly from Tokyo Toni, that Blac Chyna isn’t helping her financially. Their most recent rant reportedly stems from Toni not being allowed to see her grandchildren.
Blac Chyna’s mom reportedly reached out to Amber Rose, for help in urging Chyna to let her see her grandchildren Dream and King Cairo. Tokyo is reportedly frustrated because she hasn’t seen the two kids in two years. Chyna’s mom in her latest rant talked about her daughter, Tyga and Rob Kardashian. In the same video post, she stated, “Blac Chyna, the name I gave you was Angela Renee. The disrespect that you have been giving me for the past, quite a few years, I’ve tolerated. Because I’m your momma, you’re the only child, but you better keep in your mind I’m a bad b-tch.” She continued, “Oh f*ck birthing you b-tch… that was a mistake, just happened to come into play. You was a statutory rape baby.”
Regardless to what is going on in someone’s life, that’s got to be one of the hardest statement a mother can ever make to her daughter. The harshness of the statement is elevated particularly since it was made in a public arena. As was stated in the previous article regarding Bow Wow and mental health, perhaps Tokyo Toni, is in need of a therapy. Under normal circumstances statements like hers to Chyna makes for great reality tv content. But, with all of the seriousness and hate in the world, statements like that from mother to daughter are amplified and exudes extreme unnecessary hate. We sincerely hope the two can find a way to rectify their differences and soon.
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