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    Toni Tokyo Says That Gay Men Grew Up Without Home Training

    Our parents can embarrass us in so many ways, especially when it comes to our mothers. Of course, most moms want the best for their children. However, some overstep their bounds and go off into the deep end.

    It’s no wonder that Blac Chyna and her mother Tokyo Toni have such a strained relationship. The reality star mother has done and said plenty of things that shouldn’t have been caught on film. However, Ms. Toni really caught fire after making a recent homophobic rant towards the LGBTQ community. According to her, gay men grew up without receiving any type of home training.

                The Reality Star Knows No Bounds

     

    The 50-year-old reality star has gone on explosive rants about a whole range of topics. Though, her latest rant might just take the cake. Recently, Tokyo Toni went on a homophobic rant that probably raised a lot of eyebrows. Furthermore, the mother of one was filmed inside her car, going off about gay men growing up without being home trained by their parents. Toni went on further my stating that when there’s no father present in the household, a male child may become “confused.” Clearly, this woman knows no bounds.

                TokyoToni Is Not a Fan Of Saucy Santana

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    Just when we thought Tokyo Toni’s tirade couldn’t get any worse, the 50-year-old starts targeting major artists in the HipHop game. Specifically, Toni picked on Saucy Santana’s appearance, talking about everything from his beard and wigs. “Like that Santana person. You’re running around talking about some ‘Walk, Walk,’ with a full beard and mustache and hair wig,” Toni said to the camera. Honestly, it’s sad that people still think about others in this way. At the end of the day, love is love, no matter sexual orientation, preference, or gender.

     

     

     

     

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