Blac Chyna's Mom Wants Dream to Stay With Rob Kardashian Until 'Crazy' Daughter Gets Better
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'I don't think nothing is wrong with children going with their dad 'til their mothers get, you know, better,' Tokyo Toni says of the Lashed Bar owner.

AceShowbiz - Learning about the fight between Blac Chyna and Kid Buu, her mom apparently doesn't think that her children will be safe staying with her. Speaking to TMZ on Thursday, February 7, Tokyo Toni suggested that Dream Kardashian should be in the custody of Rob Kardashian instead of the Lashed Bar owner.

"I don't think nothing is wrong with children going with their dad 'til their mothers get, you know, better. It happens in everyday homes out here in America. It just happens," she said to the news outlet, adding that King Cairo, Chyna's son with Tyga, should stay with Rob's famous family as well.

Toni went on saying, "I don't know if they should keep them, but I do believe that [they should] for a little while 'til she pulls her thing together. Because it's clear -- very clear, doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out -- that something is terribly wrong."

The 47-year-old, whose real name is Shalana Hunter, then proceeds to blast Chyna for dating Buu, who had been booked on child abuse charges. "She's crazy for messing with him," Toni noted. "Second of all, you have him coming around my kids? That's crazy... He has accusations of child abuse … My grandson don't need to see than, or my granddaughter for that matter."

Recent weeks have been tough for Chyna. Following a police visit over report saying she neglected her children, the vixen got into a fight with Buu during their vacation in Honolulu, Hawaii. Cops confirmed that the case is currently under investigation.

"Shortly before 9 A.M. today, a female visitor staying in Waikiki reported being assaulted by a male acquaintance. The victim reported that she and the suspect had escalated to a physical confrontation," so a statement read. "The male left the area after the confrontation and has not been located. This incident has been classified as abuse of a household member. The investigation is continuing, and no further information is being released at this time."

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