Fast forward to today, and Kanye has taken to his Twitter account to accuse his wife and mother-in-law of trying to “lock him” up and also ignoring his phone calls, among other allegations. The rapper also said that the movie, Get Out, was about him.
Due to Chyna’s legal battle with the family, it’s not surprising she chose to chime in on the debate. One of the comments Chyna responded to was that of Kris Jenner being “Kris Jong-un,” an allusion to the North Korean dictator.
Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani, claimed the reality star, Chyna, wants Kanye West to get all of the help he needs. However, her attorney argued that Chyna thinks people should take some of the rapper’s comments about Kris’ supposed misbehavior seriously.
She believes many people are taking the comments as just part of another crazy episode, but she says it’s more serious than that. The 32-year-old doesn’t agree with the other part of the rapper’s statements, including the idea that “slavery was a choice” and that Tubman never freed slaves.
But from her own experiences working with Kris, she thinks Kanye has a point.
Chyna’s legal battle against the Kardashian-Jenner clan has continued to unfold. For instance, she has submitted evidence in court claiming Jenner has lied about her twice regarding her romance with Rob Kardashian.
In one case, Chyna said Kris lied about her beating up Rob Kardashian. Moreover, she says Kris lied about her stealing food from the fridge and taking it to her own home.
As it was previously reported, Blac Chyna took the family to court back in October 2017 regarding assault, battery, domestic violence, and other claims.
Earlier this year, in June, Chyna also accused NBC of colluding with the Kardashians, motivated out of racism, to take Rob and Chyna off the air.