Tokyo Toni Has Her Own Show — So Why Is She Talking About Blac Chyna, Wendy Williams & The Kardashians?

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Why Is Blac Chyna's Mom Tokyo Toni Fighting With Wendy Williams About The Kardashians?

"Jesus forgives. not Tokyo."

Why is Tokyo Toni talking about her feuds with Wendy Williams the Kardashians?

That's the question on everyone's mind since word got out that Blac Chyna's outspoken mother, who's featured on her daughter's new reality show "The Real Blac Chyna", brought up some up old wounds when you think she'd just be happy to celebrate the premiere of her new dating reality show, "Tokyo Toni Finding Love ASAP."

In an interview just days after her new series dropped on the Zeus Network, Toni revisited past fights with her daughter, Kim Kardashian, Williams, and more.

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Toni, 47, whose real name is Shalana Hunter, first came into the Kardashians' realm when her daughter was dating Rob Kardashian, later becoming pregnant with their now 3-year-old daughter, Dream.

It's seems reasonable enough that pretty much anyone involved with members of Kardashian family may have a problem with at least one of them at some point, but what would Wendy Williams have to do with it?

Here's a look at the current drama Tokyo Toni brought up about her fights with Blac Chyna, Wendy Williams and the Kardashians.

1. It all began with Williams commentary about "The Real Blac Chyna"

On her 55th birthday, the host of the eponymous "The Wendy Williams Show" went to the defense of her good friend Blac Chyna, 31, (real name Angela White).

After playing a clip in which Toni brutally yells at Chyna, Williams said, "Fans though are outraged over how her mother Tokyo Toni treated Chyna ... Along with that she also said something to the effect [of] you can kill yourself I don’t care."

"Toni," she continued, "take this in the best way, because when last we talked you were hugging me and crying and me, you, Chyna we spent all day together and it was great ... Chyna has always had a really, really messed up relationship with her mother. And in my opinion, this is my opinion, I said to Chyna, I said, "I think your mother is more concerned about the spotlight than she is about you."

2. Tokyo Toni did not appreciate Williams' commentary and accused her of using cocaine

Toni took to Instagram Live to set the record start and warn Williams' not to talk about her again.

"Wendy," she said, "What I'm going to say to you — don't say my [MF'ing] name again. And no, I'm going to bust out the conversation, but I'm going to say what everyone there knew but dared not to tell ...

"You said I cried? When I walked in, you was sniffing coke. ‘Heyyy, ohhh...’ Eyes was big. You hugged me because I ain’t no sucker."

3. Williams has been open about her struggles with addiction

Williams, 55, has spoken publicly about her struggles with addiction.

In July 2018, she referred to herself as a functioning addict, and in March of this year, she revealed that she had moved into a sober living facility.

The following month, she filed for divorce from her husband of 22 years, Kevin Hunter.

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4. Williams offered an olive branch after the premiere of Toni's own reality show

Williams has played off the Tokyo Toni feud. Discussing Toni's new show during her own back in October, Williams insisted she has no bad feelings for her friend's mom.

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"Look how pretty she is," Williams said, referring to Toni. "She’s always saying bad things about me, I don’t care. But this is a show I would watch. She’s a very pretty woman. She’s got a very sparkly personality. And certainly while she looks for love, you gotta check out the contenders.’

5. Toni taken sides against her own daughter with the Kardashians in the past.

Toni has long had issues with Kardashian Momager Kris Jenner, arguably the only woman who works harder than the Devil himself.

But when the person on the opposite side of a feud is her daughter Chyna, Toni is willing to show even the Kardashians love.

"I just want to give a quick thank you to the Kardashian family. I mean people can talk all the ish about you guys, all they want — one thing's for certain — you guys stick together as family and any and everybody has to respect that," Tokyo Toni said about her former mortal enemies. "I greatly appreciate you guys for treating our little family member, Dream, as you do."

6. There may still be hope Tokyo Toni and Blac Chyna's mother-daughter relationship

Back in July, Blac Chyna was still hopeful the relationship with her mom could be repaired.

"We’re still building it," she said. "Nothing happens overnight. Everything is like a work in [progress], really."

For her part, Toni told Bossip, "Well, yeah, we reunited. I think she wanted to be my mom. Like, you can't tell me what to ... I'm gonna say what I want."

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7. But probably not so much for any real friendship between Toni and Williams

Reflecting on the accusations she made that Williams was using cocaine as recently as this summer, Toni at least tried to give the appearance of cutting Williams some slack.

"All I gotta say is I just don't understand how can a person go in the bathroom three times for 45 minutes and come out happy but you went in sad. That's all I'm saying. Maybe she went in there and praised Jesus or something, you know? You could praise Jesus anywhere — the bathroom, church, downstairs, in the cafe. So. It's not like I seen no white lines on her face or nothing ...

"But I don't know, she's BFF's with my daughter so, I mean, I guess she's alright."

8. And she definitely won't be hanging with Kris or Kim Kardashian soon

Asked if she really wants to beat Kim up, she responded, "Jesus forgives, not Tokyo."

"Kim Kardashian is OK. The Kardashians are OK. I just don't like them. Look at all the sh— they did ... They're some vicious malicious a— people."

"But at the same time," she says, "I will beat the sh— out of Kim."

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