Chyna and her mom have been publicly feuding, though they seemed to temporarily make amends. It clearly didn’t last long, so Williams, 55, discussed the ongoing feud between the mother-daughter duo on her show last week.
“Fans though are outraged over how her mother Tokyo Toni treated Chyna,” Williams said before sharing a clip from Chyna’s reality show, “Real Blac Chyna,” that showed Toni cursing out her daughter. “Along with that she also said something to the effect … you can kill yourself I don’t care. …Toni, take this in the best way because when last we talked you were hugging me and crying and me, you, Chyna we spent all day together and it was great, and all you kept telling me was ‘Wendy, thank you.'”
She added, “All I’m saying is you only have one mother.”
Williams’ hot take didn’t sit well with Toni, who subsequently lashed out on Instagram Live with threats to expose her secrets.
“Let me check Wendy Williams’ motherf–king a— b—h. Wendy, I’mma tell you this. Don’t mention my motherf–king name again, or I’m gonna talk about your s–t,” warned Toni.
“Wendy is so gone, that when I see her, I’mma knock her face off. When I see you, b—h, I’m gonna get a charge. I’mma bust your a—,” she continued. “You said I cried? When I walked in, you was sniffing coke. ‘Heyyy, ohhh’ Eyes was big. You hugged me because I ain’t no sucker.”
A rep for “The Wendy Williams Show” didn’t comment and a rep for the host didn’t return our request for comment.
Earlier this year, Williams checked into a sober house to treat a drug and alcohol addiction relapse.
On Monday’s episode, Williams didn’t address Toni’s threats and instead focused on how she’s the “same girl, just different” since moving to New York City following her separation from husband Kevin Hunter.
This article originally appeared on Page Six.