Tokyo Toni called her daughter "crazy" for dating rapper Kid Buu, who has a criminal history
Blac Chyna‘s mom says she wants the best for her granddaughter.
Speaking to TMZ, Tokyo Toni said she thinks 2-year-old Dream should be in the custody of her father Rob Kardashian following recent incidents involving cops at Chyna’s home and her explosive relationship with rapper Kid Buu.
“I don’t think nothing is wrong with children going with their dad ’til their mothers get, you know, better,” said Toni, 47. “It happens in everyday homes out here in America. It just happens.”
“I don’t know if [the Kardashians] should keep [Dream and King Cairo], but I do believe that [they should] for a little while ’til she pulls her thing together,” Toni continued. “Because it’s clear — very clear, doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out — that something is terribly wrong.”
On Jan. 20, the LAPD responded to a call over a disturbance at Chyna’s home. The following day, police were once again dispatched to the home. According to TMZ, the calls may have been prompted by an alleged dispute between Chyna and her makeup artist.
In a statement, Chyna’s attorney Lisa Bloom denied the kids were in any danger.
“Chyna’s children are both healthy and doing very well,” Bloom said. “They were never in any danger and any reports to the contrary are entirely false. I remind the public that anyone who submits a knowingly false report to Child Protective Services may be subject to criminal and civil liability.”
A week later, authorities responded to Chyna’s suite at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Honolulu, Hawaii, after a fight broke out between Chyna and the rapper she had been dating, Kid Buu, 30.
“It was more of a ‘he said, she said’ situation. They both had complaints to the police, but in the end no one was arrested or taken to the hospital,” a source told PEOPLE, adding that Chyna and Kid Buu “were both intoxicated.”
A rep for Chyna did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment on the incident.
The Honolulu Police Department confirmed that the incident was under investigation after a “female visitor … reported being assaulted by a male acquaintance.” (Kid Buu denied the assault allegations.)
Speaking to TMZ, Toni called Kid Buu “crazy,” pointing to his criminal history. She said her daughter is also “crazy for messing with him.”
“You have him around my grandkids? That’s crazy,” Toni said.
A source recently told PEOPLE that Kardashian, 31, and his family are striving to provide a stable environment for Dream.
“Regardless of the issues that Rob is dealing with, it’s pretty clear that the environment that Rob and his family can offer Dream is the healthiest for her,” said the source. “Rob always wanted Dream to spend time with her mom, too. He has never wanted Chyna to be cut out of Dream’s life. But he also doesn’t want Dream to be raised by a nanny while her mom is off partying out of state.”
The source said the Kardashian-Jenners, who have a complicated and contentious relationship with Chyna, “don’t feel like Dream is properly cared for” when she’s with her mother.
“Rob’s family always had issues with Chyna,” said the source “Her [recent] public behavior … certainly isn’t going to give her a Mother of the Year award. Chyna has long acted like her number one priority isn’t raising her kids. This is very hard for Rob’s family.”
“Dream is the cutest little girl. She’s very happy and so much fun to be around,” continued the source. “Rob’s family just wants Dream to be raised in the best way possible.”