Tamar Braxton Speaks Out After 'The Real' Debuts New Billboards Following Her Firing

Tamar Braxton is speaking out after The Real unveiled all new promotional materials featuring her four former co-hosts.

Tamar took to Twitter to discuss "beef" shortly after new advertisements were unveiled for the show, which, following her firing ahead of the upcoming third season of the daytime talk show last month, do not feature her image for the first time in the show's history.

The Shade Room showed off the recently unveiled billboards for the third season of the daytime talk show on June 26, which feature Tamar's former co-hosts Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

Tamar did not explicitly reference the recently revealed promotional material, though Enstarz speculated that Braxton may have been referring to seeing her former co-hosts fronting the show without her in a tweet posted on social media just one day after the new billboards were unveiled.

"Never worried. Never bothered. Forget that wackness... No matter where it come from. I'm all the way up," Braxton wrote on Twitter on June 27.

A number of Braxton's fans then replied to Braxton's cryptic tweet speculating that she was referencing her recent departure from The Real.

"B**** you got beef that's why you [unfollowed] all the ladies of The Real. I think u jealous of Adrienne anyways," @keshp101 claimed, while @mcfjan5657 wrote, "I still refuse to watch the real if you're not on it so they can shut it down at this point."

Twitter user @I_jamesharrisjr also claimed Tamar was referencing The Real with her cryptic social media post, telling Braxton, "The Real need you back on The Real cause when you gone they can't keep it real #TheTruth."

Tamar Braxton Speaks Out After 'The Real' Debuts New Billboards Following Her Firing
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But while some fans speculated that Braxton was angry at the series following her departure, Tamar later hit back at those claiming that she had "beef" with her former co-hosts and those behind-the-scenes in a separate tweet.

"It's so deep how people want me 2be mad or have beef," Braxton hit back on the 140-character site.

"I don't have an issue with ANYONE & don't want 1..that happens when u grow up #tryit," Tamar added.

Fans have speculated that Tamar may not be on the best terms with her former Real co-hosts ever since Braxton claimed on Instagram when announcing her departure on May 22 that she had been "stabbed in the back" by someone assumed to be associated with the series.

Tamar is still yet to reveal who she was referring to, though Braxton later added more fuel to the feud fire on social media, appearing to reference her former co-workers as "phony b*****s" after both liking and commenting on a fan's photo of all five Real hosts taken before Tamar was let go from the show.

The fan's upload showed Tamar appearing to lean away as her former co-hosts took a selfie with the caption "when you in a room full of phony b******, it's best to distance yourself."

Tamar Braxton then commented on the meme on May 31, writing "Pretty much" alongside a nail painting emoji.

However, Braxton now appears to be putting an end to the alleged drama with her most recent tweet.

Tamar Braxton Speaks Out After 'The Real' Debuts New Billboards Following Her Firing
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But while Tamar is claiming there's no drama, the show's new billboards were noticeably absent of a new fifth co-host despite Loni claiming in a recent interview with The Tom Joyner Morning Show that Tamar would be replaced when the show returns for all-new episodes in September.

"We don't know who they're going to choose," Loni admitted on the radio show earlier this month, according to Black America Web, confirming that the show was in the process of finding someone to take over Tamar's vacated seat.

While there's still time for the daytime talk show to name a new co-host before new episodes of the series begin filming later this year, the Shade Room speculated in the caption of the original Instagram upload, "Oop! I wonder if this means no new co-host! #TheReal."

Do you think Tamar Braxton was referencing The Real and the show's new promotional materials in her cryptic tweet?

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