She told him so! Tokyo Toni, Blac Chyna’s mom, claimed in a video she shared to her Instagram and YouTube channel that she told Tristan Thompson he was being set up to cheat on Khloé Kardashian. “I told you this. I said it was a set up a long time ago, I was just waiting for it to come through and boom, it did,” she said. Check out the clip above to hear her comments for yourself, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Tristan — the father of Khloé’s baby daughter, True Thompson — was caught cheating on Khloé with her sister Kylie Jenner’s best friend, Jordyn Woods, In Touch confirmed on February 19. Tristan, 27, flew into Los Angeles to spend Valentine’s Day with Khloé, 34, and their daughter, but on February 17, he reportedly stopped by a house party and got a little too cozy with Jordyn, 21. An eyewitness said, “Tristan and Jordyn were into each other, they were cuddling, holding hands, Tristan was rubbing her ass, they were definitely hooking up … It was surreal. We couldn’t believe it.” Now, Tokyo — the grandmother of another Kardashian grandchild, Dream Kardashian — claims that the entire thing was a trap for Tristan.
“How can you get caught with your sister’s … your girlfriend’s sister’s BFF?” Tokyo asked in the video. Honestly, we’ve all been wondering the same thing! “Baby that was a setup, to see if you was going for it. And you did,” she continued. She suggested that he keep seeing his kid but doesn’t seem to have much love for him or the Kardashians in the rest of the clip.
Tokyo seems to know her way around drama involving the Kardashians, to be perfectly frank. In early February, she suggested that Rob Kardashian should temporarily have custody of his daughter, Dream, instead of her own daughter, Chyna. Plus, she seems to go back and forth on being on good terms with Chyna or the Kar-Jenner camp. But if she has actually spoken to Tristan about possibly being tricked into cheating on Khloé … well, that certainly adds a whole extra layer to this whole shocking scandal.
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