The Inside Scoop Into Blac Chyna & Wendy Williams’ Internet Fight

On Friday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show, the talk show host accused Chyna of only dating Rob because he’s rich. She went on to attack his weight, intelligence, and self-confidence. (Side note: If I never hear about Rob’s weight again in my life; it’ll be too soon! Who cares if he’s fat or thin or somewhere in between?! We’re not his doctor and honestly, that’s the only person who should comment on it. This obsession with his size from literally everyone is borderline sociopathic and I’m legit done with it. ANYWAY! Moving on!)

Wendy, who I guess thinks she’s a member of Rob and Chyna’s relationship, also went on to make the claim that Chyna isn’t actually into Rob.

“Oh, she’s not attracted to him,” she said.

After talking about his weight repeatedly, Wendy continued:

“Rob, and here’s my thought with you… This is not about your weight, Rob, this is about you not having a swagger,” she said. “And also not caring about how you look. Rob, there are more things that fit a fella like you than just a black T-shirt, and some black jeans and a stupid hat.”

She then went after Chyna’s mom! Oh, girl. You’re about to unleash a beast.

Oh Chyna’s mom, Tokyo Toni, Wendy said, “It’s very fun to watch [Chyna] and her mom Tokyo Toni come up off of the backs of people who don’t see through their ruse.”

You can watch the whole slightly unhinged segment here:

In response, Chyna asked Rob to hold her earrings and hopped on Instagram to tell Wendy she needs to sit the fuck down.

“Wendy.. Wendy.. Wendy….you lost your mother*ckin mind,” she started. “How dare you speak on me, my fiancé, and my mom like you were at the Christmas table with us?! I find it so funny how you love to talk about Rob and his insecurities.”

She continued to say some shitty things about Wendy’s looks — Chyna obviously didn’t get Michelle Obama’s memo to all women about going high, but that’s cool! — and then basically told Wendy to mind her own damn business.

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