Blac Chyna's mom Tokyo Toni compares Kris Jenner to Kim Jong-un following her courtroom ban
Comparing Kris Jenner to the dictator, Tokyo Toni said, 'she rules with all her daughters'
Blac Chyna's mom, Tokyo Toni has compared Kris Jenner to North Korea's autocrat Kim Jong-un as she continues to rage following her daughter's court appearance. The 33-year-old influencer Blac sued the Kardashians accusing them of defamation and a slew of other claims in a $100 million lawsuit.
Tokyo Toni compared the Momager to the dictator saying "she rules with all her daughters" throughout the trial when asked about the threat she made during her courtroom ban for her public rant against the Kardashians. Tokyo addressed the incident to a TMZ's paparazzi in Woodland Hills on Friday, April 22. Tokyo was questioned about the alleged threat she made after being barred from the courtroom due to her public rage against the Kardashian-Jenner family. "I wasn't talking to the judge. I was talking about Kris Jenner," she responded, before adding, "Kanye West said she was [Kim Jong-un], yeah. She rules with all her daughters in the courtroom while I'm not there." Tokyo went on to say that the threat to "get that judge" was being misconstrued. "I was talking about Kris Jenner that I was going to get her," she explained. The judge also received a message from the model's mother, "Team Blac Chyna! Be fair."
During the brief interview, Tokyo also said that her daughter's lawyer instructed her to stop addressing the legal concerns on social media after she made disrespectful statements about the Kardashians, which resulted in her exclusion from the courtroom. "I never talked about the case [on social media]," Tokyo said and joked, "I just talked about ugly people…the ducklings. That's it."
While Tokyo was not permitted to attend the court hearing, Kris entered the stand and sobbed as she revealed she thought Blac was going to "murder" her son Rob Kardashian by pointing a pistol at his head.
"He did say his shirt was ripped," "He was upset" and "hysterically weeping," the 66-year-old reality star claimed of Rob, adding that she didn't recall seeing any injuries on her son. She further added, "He was more upset than anything. It was a hectic situation. He was very upset and disheveled." Kris boldly answered, "I do," when the jury asked if she thought Blac attempted to murder Rob. "I was told she put a gun to his head. I was told she tried to strangle him with the phone cord and she was intoxicated," Kris argued. "I was told it was complete chaos. It was scary. It was a mess. She tried to murder him. She put a gun to his head. I had to really try to get over that."
Kris said that her security staff, who were all former LAPD officers, assisted in resolving the situation and that "someone else" contacted child protective services. "It was complete devastation and turmoil. This was just a horrible situation. They couldn't even be in the same room together," she stated, before stressing, "I was traumatized." Kris said during Thursday's trial that Blac, who shares her 9-year-old son King Cairo with Tyga, threatened to kill Kylie Jenner and Tyga. "That basically was what Kylie and Tyga told me. Kylie was dating Tyga at the time. I believe that's where this aggression was coming from."
Kris argued that to judge that Kylie should be asked how many times Blac, whose true name is Angela Renee White, reportedly threatened her youngest kid. She then stated that she never reported the threats to police because she wanted to keep the issue within the family, adding, "I probably believed it was just some drama, which I'm used to.
On the other hand, Blac Chyna claimed that the Kardashians were to blame for the revocation of her and her baby daddy Rob Kardashian's reality show in 2016. 'The Keeping Up With the Kardashians' spinoff, Rob and Chyna, aired for one season before being canceled by the E! network. However, Rob's counsel stated that the show was called off due to the couple's divorce. According to Blac Chyna's legal team, she was guaranteed more than $92,000 for each chapter of what would have been an eight-episode series. According to previously obtained documents obtained by Radar, the Kardashians filed a motion demanding that "any conversation or evidence regarding their wealth or financial condition should be banned from the jury trial.” Chyna claimed in court documents acquired by People that Rob's July 2017 social media outburst accusing her of adultery and drug addiction caused considerable damage to her brand. Rob filed a lawsuit against Chyna, saying she committed domestic abuse against him in their former residence in December 2016. The Kardashians denied any wrongdoing and wanted the courts to dismiss Chyna's complaint in 2017, but the court rejected it in 2018. A court ordered the Kardashian/Jenners to be deposed for the second time five years later.
"Chyna will be permitted to question all individuals, despite their objection to the trial court that they are 'too busy running billion-dollar companies' to comply with Chyna's subpoenas," Chyna's attorney Lynne Ciani said in a statement to E! News ."The trial court agreed with Chyna that Kris, Kim, Khloe, and Kylie are not above the law, and they must respond under oath to questions by her attorney."
The Kardashians have, however, refuted all allegations against them, claiming that Blac Chyna earns a lot of money from her various businesses, notably her OnlyFans.
When did the trial start?
Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kris Jenner all attended the jury selection for the case on Monday, April 18. According to Vulture, after the jury is chosen, the hearings will begin quickly and run for 10 days. A slew of recognizable individuals, as well as a few E! executives, are set to testify, with additional possible witnesses anticipated to be summoned.
What is Blac Chyna's mother's role in this?
Tokyo Toni, Chyna's mother, was barred from attending the courtroom for the duration of the trial between her daughter and the Kardashian family on Tuesday, April 19. Toni allegedly dragged the Kardashian/Jenner family in an Instagram Live video, hours after the Kardashian/Jenner family appeared in court.
The video allegedly contains uncontrollable laughter and constant vulgarities thrown toward the Kardashian/Jenner family. At one point, she claims the family "looked dead" in court and compares Kris Jenner to the villain of film 'Saw'. In another part of the video, she raps about her family, saying: "They got no fatty. They need a daddy."
Toni made threatening words about the Kardashians in the video, according to the Kardashians' attorney, Michael Rhodes, who testified in court on Tuesday. As a result, the court barred her from participating in any subsequent hearings. Lynne Ciani, Blac Chyna's attorney, answered that Chyna had no control over her mother's statements.