Blac Chyna's Mom Slams Her In EXPLOSIVE Rant After Quitting Reality Show

Blac Chyna's mom will not be a part the next season of her daughter's reality show.

Following the premiere of The Real Blac Chyna on Sunday (July 14), Tokyo Toni, born Shalana Hunter, took to Instagram to announce that she will not be participating in the series again after losing business opportunities due to comments she made on the show.

"I will not be appearing on The Real Black Chyna next season!" she wrote, per The Shade Room. "Unfortunately I lost business due to the clippings that they put out. One I wanted to do this advocacy with a check in my hand about suicide but I will not be able to do that due to the clip that Zeus put out saying you can kill yourself I don't care." Tokyo went on to try and explain her choice of words, saying "kill yourself" is "slang" and means something different in DC, which is where she's from.

"I had all the intentions on using that money to benefit me in my life now I have to start from scratch due to the efforts of others!!! " Tokyo continued. "No I'm not pissed I'm not crying over split milk I'm just not f**king with it anymore I'm moving to something else!! Continue to watch Zeus and this show it's going to be great with or without me."

 

"Every single scene shows me as a bad person but yet I'm doing positive things and this is just a show," she added. "They told me no it's real life and stamped. Nothing more I could say. I am out. I look really bad when I'm trying to do positive things and talk to liters."

To conclude her fiery post, she called out Chyna, writing, "If your fans think I'm bad what do you think other people will think or be persuaded to think. Thanks for nothing have a great life @blacchyna @thezeusnetwork."

Tokyo's resignation came after Zeus, the streaming service airing Chyna's show, released a new trailer for the season, showing Chyna and her mom in a huge fight. In the clip, you hear Tokyo say, "The b*tch could kill herself, whatever. I don't give a f**k! I'm done!"

 

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