Blac Chyna has reached out to Kanye West and has said that his thoughts on Kris Jenner should not be dismissed and has said that she wants him to ‘get the help he needs’
Blac Chyna has spoken out in support of Kanye West and has insisted that his tweets about Kris Jenner ‘shouldn’t be dismissed as crazy’.
The 32-year-old model is the mother of Dream Kardashian, who she shares with Kim’s brother Rob, has also insisted that the rapper ‘gets whatever help he needs’.
Speaking through her lawyer, Lynne Ciani, Chyna offered a statement of support to Kanye after the rapper tweeted a string of accusations about Keeping Up With The Kardashians momager Kris, and his wife Kim.
Page Six has reported that Chyna’s statement read: “Chyna of course wants her daughter Dream’s ‘Uncle Kanye’ to get whatever help he needs.”
Chyna also backed Kanye’s thoughts on Kris and through her lawyer said she “does not want all of his recent statements regarding his mother-in-law summarily dismissed as ‘crazy’ as some people apparently would like to do.”
Chyna has experienced being in a wrangle with the Kardashian family as she has been in a legal fight with Rob for many months.
She has alleged that members of the Kardashians and Jenners were responsible for the cancellation of her reality show Rob & Chyna.
She has also alleged domestic violence against Rob, which has plunged her into a legal battle with the family.
With this in mind, she said that Kanye’s comments about his mother-in-law “should not be entirely ignored.”
Chyna does draw a line at some of Kanye’s thoughts he shared during his first presidential campaign rally in South Carolina, last weekend.
This chaotic event was the beginning of a week in which Kanye railed against his wife and Kris and made allegations about them both in two, now deleted, Twitter rants.
Chyna has stated she “vehemently disagrees” with Kanye’s views that Harriet Tubman “never freed slaves,” which he shared at the campaign rally.
In a slew of tweets, Kanye referred to his mother-in-law as “Kris Jung-Un” and posted screenshots of unanswered messages he had sent her, demanding “[are you] still avoiding my calls.”
Kanye concluded his Twitter-spree with: “Kriss [sic] and Kim put out a statement without my approval…that’s not what a wife do. White Supremacy.”
Kim has since put out a statement in support of Kanye and has explained how they have lived with his bipolar diagnosis, amid fears about his mental health.