It’s not uncommon for a grandmother to want to spend time with her grandchildren. In fact, many people grow up with fond memories of their grandparents. Most people can probably relate to how fun it is to spend time with grandma. However, when it comes to Blac Chyna’s mom, Tokyo Toni, whose real name is Shalana Hunter, fans aren’t convinced it’s a good idea for her to spend time with her grandchildren. In fact, Blac Chyna is actually being dragged for allowing her mom to keep her daughter, Dream Kardashian. All the drama started when a photo of Tokyo Toni and Dream was shared on Instagram. The Instagram Post: Apparently, Blac Chyna is vacationing for Memorial Day and Tokyo Toni is babysitting her granddaughter. However, most fans didn’t find the photo of Tokyo with her granddaughter to be very adorable. As soon as the photo surfaced, the negative comments and insults came pouring in. Tokyo was called everything but a child of God. However, most fans had one word to describe the grandmother – crackhead.
Misconception?: Despite all of the backlash, it has been reported that Tokyo Toni has done lots of good that typically goes unreported. According to Kissy Denise, Tokyo Toni has admitted that she smoked marijuana but also drives across the United States regularly to host food drives for those in need. She may not be the typical grandmother, but everyone is flawed in some way. The latest news follows a series of rants where Tokyo Toni has taken to social media to defend her daughter amid her highly publicized split from Rob Kardashian. “Most of you people live vicariously through others anyway stop being a stick in the mud minding people’s business and know you will never get your answer you’re looking for. At the end of the day, it is what it is celebrity or noncelebrity. I don’t know why people think because you have a lot of money and material things that every day normal s‑‑t cannot and do not happen to them. The difference between a celebrity in you is the fact is they are popularly known and have the cash to back it up that’s it.”