Tokyo Toni has branded Rob 'Mr Insecure' as she defends her daughter...
Blac Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni, hasn’t held back from speaking out about her daughter’s relationship in the past, so it wasn’t too much of a surprise to hear from her after this weekend’s drama unfolded across social media.
Just one month after the birth of baby Dream Kardashian, Chyna has left her partner Rob Kardashian, taking both of her children with her.
The 29-year-old didn’t waste any time in updating his social media followers, taking to Snapchat to show the empty rooms in his home, explaining that his fiancee had left him and taken their daughter, Dream.
Blac Chyna reportedly hit back in a lengthy Instagram post, explaining her reasons for being ‘done’ with the Kardashians’ brother. But this hasn’t stopped her account from being trolled with snake emojis, with many branding her a ‘gold digger’.
Tokyo, real name Shalana Jones-Hunter, took to social media to explain why her daughter has taken such drastic action.
In a very long written post on Instagram, which has been captured by internet users and published online, the 44-year-old reportedly claims that Rob has ‘issues’, explaining, ‘Rob just have to get Mr. Insecure off of his back!’
She continued, ‘He confesses to me that he know he has the issue (insecurity) but don’t know how to handle it. He’s a very emotional guy with many many personal issues, How do I know this? He told me.’
Seemingly backing up Chyna’s claims, Tokyo described how Rob had ‘confessed’ to her that he does go down her phone ‘all the time’ but ‘never finds anything.’
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She added that she had urged him to get therapy, but ‘he said that he would but yet he have not seeked [sic] it yet!’
Tokyo went on to say, ‘Mental illness is real.
‘I love Rob and I am going to try to help them manage their relationship through love and wise words.’
The star’s mother finished with the message that ‘they will still be together I promise you’, before adding, ‘everything will be fine.’