Tamar Braxton Fired From Daytime Fox Talk Show 'The Real'

Tamar Braxton Fired From Daytime Fox Talk Show ‘The Real’

Tamar Braxton has reportedly been booted from her talk show position on ‘The Real.’

Braxton hit the net a few hours ago with a cryptic post warning fans that there was a shake up, stating in part:

… #tamartians you are very smart and can figure things out on your own. But know that every one who smiles in your face is NOT your friend and is NOT cheering for you and will LIE and try and tear u down to TRY and dim your light.

It didn’t take long before word spread that Tamar had been fired from the popular daytime talk show.


More details below…


Tamar posted the photo above of her receiving a comforting hug from her sister Toni Braxton with the following emotional caption…

Tamar’s post prompted most to assume that she was leaving her position at the popular talk show on her own, but soon it was revealed that she’d actually been FIRED!

According to LoveBScott:

Tamar Braxton has been FIRED from Daytime Emmy-nominated FOX talk show, ‘The Real.’ A very reliable source confirms to B. Scott exclusively:

‘Tamar Braxton just got fired from ‘The Real.’ She wasn’t reading too well with the audience and sales people didn’t find her to be a good fit with advertisers. She was also too difficult dealing with production.’

What do you think of this shocking news?

Will ‘The Real’ ever be the same without Tamar?

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