Blac Chyna and her mother Tokyo Toni have no intention of staying down despite the recent defeat from the Kardashian-Jenner clan.
The reality star’s mother recently revealed they have a new show on the way and gave fans a hint of what to expect from them.
Tokyo Toni & Blac Chyna Teaming Up For A New Show
During a run-in with TMZ, Tokyo spilled the tea, telling the interviewer that they will make a return to television despite the end of “Rob & Chyna” alongside their other projects.
Although E! Network’s “Rob & Chyna” was one of the model’s most notable shows, she has had several projects to her name including, “Grown & Sexy” and “The Real Blac Chyna.”
Tokyo has also dipped her toes into the world of reality television with the 2019 show “Tokyo Toni’s Finding Love ASAP” under Zeus Network.
However, this time, the powerful mother-daughter duo is hoping to switch things up, ditching reality television behind and exploring the world of talk shows.
With a smile on her face, the doting mother told the interviewer when asked if they will make a comeback on our screens, “we are going to do one on my network called SHN Network. It’s called Talking with Tokyo.”
Tokyo explained the dynamics of the upcoming projecting, noting that she and Blac Chyna will serve as co-hosts interviewing “everyday people and celebrities.”
The 50-year-old noted that “Talking with Tokyo” is just one of the many shows under her belt, but for now, it is the only one featuring her and Chyna with a “sofa for whomever to get comfortable and talk to me.”
The matriarch didn’t share more details about the show, so it’s unknown when it would be coming to our screens, but she sounded super enthusiastic about the prospect.
A $400,000 GoFundMe For Chyna’s Appeal
Tokyo’s new revelation comes a week after she started a GoFundMePage to help with her daughter’s appeal against the Kardashian-Jenner clan.
As you might know, the “Grown & Sexy” star lost her $100 million defamation lawsuit against the influential family for the cancellation of her reality show with their son, Rob Kardashian.
The jury ruled in favor of the Kardashian-Jenner family, following testimonies of Chyna allegedly pointing a gun to her baby daddy’s head; threatening to hurt Kylie Jenner for her relationship with rapper Tyga, amongst others.
Chyna’s claims of the family hampering her earnings and future deals were deemed baseless and her request for $40 million in earnings loss and above $60 million in future earnings was denied.
Following the court’s verdict, protective mother Tokyo turned to the public to seek help. As The Blast reported, she opened up a GoFundMe page requesting her daughter’s fans to donate a whopping $400,000 to fund an appeal.
Tokyo whose real name is Shalana Hunter wrote in the attached description, “Hi, I am Shalana Hunter BKA Tokyo Toni. I would like to appeal to the courts this Go Fund Me Fundraiser to help my daughter, Angela R. White BKA Blac Chyna, financially in this endeavor to get justice. APPEAL FOR A NEW TRIAL COMING SOON. Sincerely, Momma Tokyo.”
When we first reported the news, less than $1,000 had been raised but as of this writing, $1,281 has been donated to the cause.
Momager Kris Jenner Thrilled About Blac Chyna Loss
While Chyna and Tokyo are very displeased with the court’s ruling and looking to put up a fight, the reverse is the case for the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan.
Following the family’s legal victory against Dream’s mom, momager Kris who wasn’t in the courtroom to hear the good news discussed it while making her Met Gala debut on May 2nd.
Talking to reporters, Kris expressed her relief, saying, “I’m just glad it’s over.” She explained that going through the trial was “the toughest part” but she was able to withstand it thanks to her faith.
Kris, who revealed that she turned to prayers during the difficult time, said, “I live in my faith. And just hope that that’s enough, and yeah. I’m glad it’s over, and I’m glad it’s over for the girls. We’re here to celebrate.”
Regardless of the celebration in the Kardashian-Jenner camp, Chyna’s lawyer believes that the tides can still change. In a statement to Associated Press, attorney Lynne Ciani claimed that “the jury found that all four defendants had intentionally interfered with her contract with the E! Network.” Hence, there were grounds for an appeal.