Up until now, “The Real” producers have said little about the sudden firing of Tamar Braxton from the popular day time talk show.
“Tamar Braxton’s contract was not renewed for reasons that will remain privileged and private, and that are between her and the Studio,” they wrote in an official statement. “However, we would like to make it crystal clear that Ms. Braxton’s departure from the show had nothing to do with her former co-hosts; any suggestion to the contrary unfairly tarnishes them. As always, we wish Tamar and Vince all the best.”
According to Tamar, “The Real” producers didn’t even give her a courtesy phone call to inform her she had been let go from the show. The “Love & War” singer claimed her husband and manager Vince, who was also an executive producer on the show, called producers to discuss “glam for Essence Festival” when he was told,
“Oh I’ve been meaning to call you” and “We’re not going to have her back for the panel.”
Despite telling Steve Harvey and his co-hosts she wasn’t offered an explanation, she told her sister Toni Braxton, on BFV last night, “Vince told me that she told him, that I didn’t get along with the cast mates.”
In a bombshell report from the DailyMail released today, a source claims Warner Bros. sent legal letters to WE TV claiming the network reenacted the scene of Tamar in the moments after she found out about her departure. Warner allegedly threatened to take legal action if “anything on the show’s reenactment further disparages The Real or violates Tamar and Vince’s non-disclosure agreement.”
The report claims Warner allegedly sought to part ways with Vince, but wanted to give Tamar another chance. Vince reportedly wouldn’t let producers talk to Tamar directly, therefore they decided to too let her go.
The report also claims producers have evidence of Tamar “imploding on set” and a video of her having a meltdown and cursing out producers.
Their source alleges,“Everyone on set will tell you that her actions that day were reprehensible and the epitome of insubordination. All the cursing and violent language, it was just a chaotic scene that will make Dennis Quaid’s movie set meltdown look like a nursery rhyme session at a daycare center.”
Dis tew much.
We reached out to Warner Bros. publicity for comment on this report, they hadn’t responded as of press time.
Whatever the truth is, Tamar revealed she got her own talk show under Steve Harvey’s production company.