A donation page has been set up to help Model Chyna, 33, raise funds so she can appeal the judges decision which ruled in the Kardashian-Jenner family’s favour in their latest court case.
And eagle-eyed fans have found an alleged donation made by the SKIMS founder for the sum of $5.
While many doubt it is actually the star making the donation, others have found it hilarious.
A user going by the name of Shalana Hunter, the real name of Chyna’s mother, set up the page and wrote: “Hey it’s Tokyo Toni. Family and friends.
“Sincerely, Momma Tokyo.”
At the time of writing, the page had reached more than $1,000 of its $400,000 goal with over 80 donators.
But it was the donation under the name of Kim Kardashian which really got fans talking.
The small sum of $5 appeared beside the reality TV star’s name along with three love heart emojis.
The same amount and caption was later added under the name of Kris Jenner – and fans were loving it.
After Hollywood Unlocked shared the find on Instagram, followers took to the comments section to share their delight at the potential donation.
One user wrote: “HAHA Call me toxic but I am all for this level of pettiness.”
Another fan who seemingly believed the donation was from the star, commented: “I love Kim for this!”
And a third agreed, writing: “I love petty Kim,” alongside two emojis with love heart eyes.
However, not everyone was convinced it was Kim, who stunned crowds by wearing Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress to the Met Gala on Monday.
Entrepreneur Jonathan Fernandez wrote: “Probably not Kim but if it is, that’s hysterical,” alongside a crying with laughter emoji.
A second said: “I’m gonna choose to believe it’s Kim just cuz I love the pettiness”
And a third penned: “Yall know that ain’t kim come on now.”
Chyna went head to head with the Kardashians in a $100 million (£80 million) court case where she claimed the famous family had defamed her.
A jury ruled that, although the Kardashians had acted “in bad faith”, Chyna lost the case.
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