Tamar Braxton was fired from The Real in pretty dramatic fashion back in May, but after months of feuds and shade between Tamar and her former co-hosts, could fans ever see her back on the daytime talk show?
Tamar’s fans have been urging the Braxton Family Values star to return to The Real for months on social media, tweeting out messages of support to Braxton while urging her to head back to the series despite her firing after Braxton’s former co-host Loni Love recently admitted that Tamar is “always welcome” to return.
“They need to have Tamar back on The Real. It ain’t the same without her. It got lame without her,” @xoxo_Dvni added.
According to Hollywood Life, Tamar dished on her firing during an interview with Steve Harvey back in June, where she admitted that she actually didn’t know why she was fired from the talk show after two seasons before announcing that she would be launching her own talk show, with Harvey serving as a producer in 2017.
Calling being fired from the show “astonishing,” Braxton denied that she caused her firing and slammed reports that her departure from the series was mutual.
“I wish I could sit here and tell you it was negotiation issues, but I wasn’t negotiating. I wish I could tell you that it was a headache on set, it wasn’t,” Tamar said on the radio show. “I really, honestly, don’t know. I feel like that is what’s bothering me to this day because sometimes when you don’t see what’s wrong, you can’t fix it.”
But while Tamar admitted that she doesn’t know why she was fired from The Real back in May, she hasn’t exactly been quiet about the fact that she’s been caught up in a feud with her former co-hosts — Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, Tamera Mowry-Housley, and Jeannie Mai — since she was sensationally fired.
Feud rumors hit the headlines in the weeks that followed Tamar’s firing after Braxton referred to her former co-stars as “phony b*****s” on Instagram. She then made it pretty clear that there was a whole lot of drama surrounding her firing on Twitter.
Tamar then appeared to confirm their feud on Twitter, as BET reported that the reality star seriously slammed Adrienne, Loni, Jeannie, and Tamera after Mowry-Housley claimed she was still friendly with Braxton after she was fired.
“I wish that I would stop being brought up since I was so BAD,” Tamar tweeted out of her Real feud, although her messages have since been deleted. “No shade… but don’t believe the hype! I haven’t spoken to [anyone]… real friends don’t need press.”
But despite their alleged feud, Tamar Braxton’s former Real co-hosts appear to have extended an olive branch to Tamar in recent weeks, revealing that she would actually be welcome to return to the show.
Loni first appeared to open the door for herself and Tamar to reignite their friendship on social media, admitting on Twitter that Braxton would actually be welcome to return to Real at any time.
Love made the admission about Braxton’s potential return on October 30 after a fan asked if Braxton could ever return to the series as a guest rather than a co-host.
“Will [you] have @TamarBraxtonHer as a guest of the @TheRealDaytime?” a fan asked Loni of Tamar on Twitter, while Love then replied, “For me… She is always welcome.”
Loni then spread the love for Tamar once again on the social media site on Thanksgiving, celebrating the holiday by sending out a sweet message to her former friend.
“Still love @TamarBraxtonHer,” Loni then tweeted on November 24, adding the hashtags #truth, #thinkinaboutyou, #happythanksgiving, #Iainttooproud, and #MommaLovesaysHi, although Braxton has not publicly replied to her message.
Adrienne, who grew famously close to Tamar during their time together on The Real, also spread the love for Braxton in recent weeks, admitting that she “still loves” her former best friend despite their feud.
Bailon recently told radio host Angie Martinez that she “still loves” Braxton in a candid moment last month, but appeared to deny that the two are friendly again following their feud by calling the drama than followed Tamar’s firing “uncomfortable.”
“It’s all so uncomfortable and change sucks,” Bailon admitted, adding that she and her fellow Real co-host’s actually grew closer as a result of feud drama with Braxton. “What I will say is the four of us even having to go through that, it makes you stronger, it makes your bond stronger.”
“It is what it is,” Bailon then continued just weeks before she married now-husband Israel Houghton, although Braxton did not attend their wedding.
“You’ve gotta keep pushing forward,” Adrienne added.
So far, Tamar hasn’t publicly replied to either Adrienne or Loni’s messages and has not revealed if she’d be open to heading back to the show as a guest. However, Braxton has made it pretty clear that there’s still bad blood between herself and The Real after unfollowing a slew of her friends and fans on social media in recent weeks after they publicly supported the show.
Do you think Tamar Braxton will ever head back to The Real, even as a guest?
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