Nicki Minaj apparently has provided financial assistance to Tokyo Toni, the mother of reality TV celeb Blac Chyna, by contributing toward her electric bill.
Tokyo Toni, who has been facing financial difficulties, claims the Queens, New York, rapper sent her enough money to cover at least half of her $700 bill, which suggests that Nicki Minaj sent her a minimum of $350.
In light of the contribution, Blac Chyna’s mother twerked on TikTok Live and thanked Minaj, whose net worth is estimated to be $150 million.
Paying the Bills
“Nicki, that’s electric bill, almost,” Tokyo Toni said on TikTok. “Electric bill, half, almost, coming!”
During the TikTok Live Nicki Minaj apparently gifted a “lion” token to Tokyo Toni, which costs 29,999 TikTok coins estimated to be worth around $457.
Upon receiving the Lion, Tokyo Toni celebrated the moment by giving Minaj a booming twerk, saying she “had to do that one time. Thank you. That’s so sweet I don’t know how, damn. That’s so sweet. Thank you Nicki!”
Minaj, Tokyo, Chyna Go Way Back
Minaj and Blac Chyna were first introduced in 2011 when Chyna worked as a stunt double for Minaj in Kanye West’s music video for “Monster.” They have since developed a close friendship and have collaborated on various projects, including Minaj’s music video for “Feeling Myself” and the reality show “Rob & Chyna.”
Minaj has also shown support for Toni, who is in yet another feud with her daughter Chyna.
Tokyo Toni’s attention-grabbing behavior is regularly documented, which involves leveraging her relationship with Nicki Minaj, Urban Islandz reported.
She has spoken highly of the rapper, describing her as, “the realest b– I’ve ever seen in my life in celebrity status,” while also referring to her as “another one of them weak b– is Nicki ‘motherf–ng’ Minaj. I want to smack that b–.”
The relationship between Blac Chyna, who has reverted to using her real name, Angela White, and Toni has been continually strained.
Despite appearing together on reality shows in the past, Toni, whose real name is Shalana Jones-Hunter, has made negative comments about her daughter even though White has been opening working on positively improving her life emotionally and spiritually.
It is currently unclear why Tokyo Toni is embittered toward her daughter, but some fans believe that the outspoken grandmother may be struggling with mental health issues due to her past struggles with drug addiction and a lifestyle that often caused her to spend time in jail. These challenges may have made it difficult for her to be consistently present in White’s life.
During an interview with “Entertainment Tonight” on Aug. 17, White shared that she has started practicing patience with her loved ones. She admitted that she used to cut them off from her life completely.
Tokyo and her “Businesses”
On her TikTok Live sessions, Toni is often bragging to followers that she owns several businesses and is not in need of help from her daughter, even though she recently dragged White for not sending her money for rent.
Tokyo Toni did apparently found a talent agency called On My Grind Entertainment and Promotions LLC in 2014. A search of estimates of her net worth shows a wide range from $500,000 to $5 million, but none of the estimates have been verified
And she reportedly claims she is still owed $50,000 for the Zeus Network 2019 original series “Tokyo Toni: Finding Love ASAP.” Zeus Network has denied withholding payments and mailed her a cease-and-desist to her publicly calling the company out, Rolling Out reported.
White, whose net worth is an estimated $5 million, according to Celebrity NetWorth, has various businesses, including clothing and cosmetics ventures. Among them are Blac Chyna Closet and Lashed by Blac Chyna, her beauty shop in Encino, Calif. She also co-produced and starred in her own short-lived series, “The Real Blac Chyna,” in 2019.
Despite claims that her earnings from the OnlyFans account brought her net worth closer to $11 million, she has retired that account and the earnings were never verified. And during her court battle with the father of one of her children, Rob Kardashian, and his family, the Kardashians, she claimed she was broke. She lost the lawsuit, in which she claimed the family caused a reality show she did with Rob to be canceled in 2022.
Blac Chyna is a mother of two, King Cairo Stevenson with rapper Tyga and Dream with Kardashian.