Tokyo Toni, the Don Quixote of the Pacific, is tilting at windmills once again. Last week, Blac Chyna’s mom showed us what real class looks like by posting an eloquently phrased and unimpeachable reprimand directed at Caitlyn Jenner in defense of her daughter. Today, our heroine Tokyo has stood up on her high ass (you know this woman can’t be trusted with a horse, she’d steal that bitch’s ponytail!) yet again to defend Chyna against ex-fiancée Tyga, who went on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club radio show and dared to say a few nice words about her.
Tyga told the listeners that he tried to warn Rob Kardashian about what Chyna was like, since the two had been together for several years and share a child. According to US Magazine:
The hip-hop star thinks that Kardashian and Chyna were just not a good match. “It’s not the fact of what type of girl she was. I knew a [guy] like him wasn’t going to be able to handle a girl like that. He’s coming from a whole different world. He don’t know how she moves and how she thinks. When you’re in love and when you don’t care what nobody else thinks, love blinds you.”
Tyga also added:
“She just Chyna. She just got a different mentality. She really is a good person — you feel me — at heart, but she’s been through a lot in her life, and she didn’t have people to help guide her and stuff in her life.”
How! Dare! He!… Well, he did drag Toni with that bit about how Chyna grew up without guidance, but everything else he said was pretty nice and respectful. Regardless, this was enough to send Toni into a tizzy. She verily removed her glove and struck young Tyga about the face with it. The maternal, moral guiding light of Chyna’s childhood had this to say (via The Shade Room):
Oh no, there goes Tokyo! Is she trying to get a job writing for the emoji movie? Much like her previous video scree, this seriously hurt my eyes to look at. Once again, Tokyo goes “high” with lazy gay slurs, pointed insults about Tyga’s anatomy and speculation about his sexual preferences. My favorite line is “I raised her very well bitch!” which is something my mom used to say to my teachers every time I came home with a less than stellar report card (which was all the time). Despite the baffling punctuation and R. Kelly non-sequitur and made up words, Tokyo ends with a true hero’s promise: “… I will erase all anger.” With that, Tokyo sheathed her sword, bowed her head and made her dignified retreat. There she goes, riding her ass into the sunset, ready to vanquish with her mighty iPhone any comer who dare speak the name “Chyna“.