Blac Chyna’s mum, Tokyo Toni has come to her rescue as she slams those who have accused her of coming to Nigeria to sell her skin lightening cream products.
An obviously angry Tokyo took to her Instagram page on Sunday, November 25, 2018, where she posted a video. In the video, she said the reason some people are angry over her visit to Nigeria is that of their inability to afford $250 cream.
She went on to tag the video with a caption’ “Get the dirt off your face“ is a METAPHOR obviously . #tokyotoni #chyna.”
Tokyo Toni’s recent lashing out maybe be connected to the now famous message Burna Boy sent to her daughter. It would be recalled that the singer had warned Blac Chyna of her visit to the country to sell her skin lightening products.
After Burna Boy’s comments went viral, American based singer, Dencia, took it upon herself to call out the singer for being two-faced.
Dencia comes for Burna Boy over comments made about Blac Chyna
Dencia isn’t having any of Burna Boy’s latest comments on Blac Chyna as she has some not really nice words to say about him. The singer took to the comment section of a blog (Instablog9ja) which had posted Burna Boy’s message to Blac Chyna about her alleged plans to sell her bleaching cream products. According to Dencia, Burna Boy only promotes drugs and can’t afford to hang out with Blac Chyna.
“So that nigga came out of his drug-induced coma instead of taking a shower to clean up his fart/Cig smelling looking ass he had time to talk about a woman? Hahaha for someone who promotes drug culture ♀️u can’t even afford to be in the same Zip code as her sis Burna cuz only girls act like u, u can’t afford her ass if she had to shake it, stick to the druggies on the side streets u of are use to. Sending love & light ur way on this thanksgiving we are thankful u making it alive living this high life,” she wrote.
She went on to accuse the music star of his silence when other companies launched their products in the country.
“I didn’t see this energy when fair and white launched their products In Nigeria, the then NAFDAC boss even attended, blogs who posted it wanna talk shit now. Whew, Chile the hypocrisy, wait nvm fair and white is white owned,” she concluded.