Blac Chyna has been candid about her relationship with her mother, Tokyo Toni. The two have had a strained relationship that has played out in public over the years. They have been involved in countless public feuds over the past few years.

In 2019, the pair got into an explosive fight on Chyna’s Zeus TV reality show The Real Blac Chyna, in which she at one point threw a chair at her mother after she called her bipolar.

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Lately, they’ve made efforts to put their differences aside. However, that all seems to have changed as the model’s mother started ranting regarding her alleged involvement with the Illuminati on Instagram this weekend.

“When the Illuminati come for Angela, ‘cuz they gon’ come, there’s nothing I can do. I don’t ever want to go around my daughter again, not alone. Not without two pistols, and a pitbull,” Toni said in a video that went viral on social media.

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Toni said she fears for her life around her daughter and she’s starting to feel as though she’s been “marked for death.”

“They do these things, so they can get up,” she added. The 51-year-old goes on to say that she knows deep down it’s not her time to die yet.

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In another post with a black and white filter, Tokyo wrote “Illuminati have got Blac Chyna” alongside two rows of broken heart emojis.

“I’m saying this right now. Chyna… You are done out here. They gon’ get you, they gon’ get you next,” she said. The video then showed Chyna’s mother speaking about her being at the Grammys before saying, “I ain’t gon’ worry about Angela.”

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Toni admitted to being afraid of Chyna. She then commits herself to getting her soul right after denouncing the emotional labor of caring for her adult offspring and two grandchildren.