- American model Blac Chyna urged people not to ignore Kanye West's statements about mother-in-law Kris Jenner
- The mother of one said that she does not agree with everything said online but his tweets about Kris should not be tagged as crazy
- Chyna said that she hoped that Kanye gets the help he needs
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American model Blac Chyna has spoken out in support of rapper and father of four Kanye West after his recent rants about his wife Kim Kardashian and his mother-in-law Kris Jenner.
Chyna, who spoke through her lawyers, reacted to the tweets of the rapper and said that she wants the Runaway crooner to get help while referring to him as Dream's uncle.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the model has a daughter with Rob Kardashian who is known as Dream.
Noting that she does not agree with some of Kanye's tweets, Chyna said that not all of his tweets should be disregarded. According to her, attention should be paid to his tweets about his mother-in-law.
It was earlier reported that Kanye said that he's been trying to divorce his wife. The father of four also referred to Kris, who is popularly known as momager, as Kris Jong-Un, in a reference to North Korea’s dictatorial leader.
Referring to the rapper's tweets about Kris, Chyna said that people shouldn't ignore his statements about the famous momager to be described as crazy.
Noting that she hopes that Kanye gets help, the model said that her negative experience with Kris made her know that attention should be given to what the rapper said about him.
Blac Chyna sued the Kardashian family in October 2017 for assault and for the cancellation of E!’s Rob & Chyna reality TV show.
In other news, it was earlier reported that Kim Kardashian broke his silence over Kanye's mental health as she asked for compassion on his behalf.
The reality star said she has never addressed how Kanye’s issue has affected their family but had to do so because of the stigma against mental health.
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