Tamar Braxton Now Says She Regrets Feuding With Loni Love And Other 'The Real' Co-Hosts It Seems That BF David Adefeso Has Something To Do With It
It is no secret that Tamar Braxton is not on good terms with her former colleagues from The Real , and both sides have made that crystal clear over time.
However, it has been a while since the public last heard Braxton or anyone else referencing the situation between herself Loni Love, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Adrienne Bailon, and Jeannie Mai -- and as many fans suspected, it was about time for something new to happen on the public front.
Despite an apology, it looks like Braxton just cannot keep quiet about her former coworkers in general, as she recently took some jabs at them while discussing the show, calling them catty.
Wendy Williams, who was hosting Braxton at her own show during the interview, also chimed in, claiming that the other show was "cute," implying that it was inferior to her own.
She then added that the production was suffering in quality after Braxton's departure.
Braxton went on to say: "Here's the thing. I don't want to be anybody's marketing tool this season, no shade, but I just wish everybody well. And I feel like sometimes God has to move you out of situations before you become more toxic to yourself."
It did not take long for the stars of The Real to fire back though, and it looks like they have quite a lot to say about the situation.
They took the opportunity to remind Williams that The Real had won an Emmy, something which will likely sting a lot on Williams' end.
The co-hosts then added that they had no issue with bringing Braxton back on the set and allowing her to express her views on the situation.
Love stated: "Hi, Wendy! First of all, thank you for calling us a cute show. We're also an Emmy-winning show, so don't forget that sis!" Love said. "I, in my humble opinion of trying to be this strong Black woman, invited [Braxton] to come on the show for season 6. It was a simple public ask. I did try to call her privately; I've been texting her. I get no response, so I just put it out there. The show has reached out to her. Tamar, nobody is trying to use you as a marketing tool, sweetie."
In the end, though, it does not seem very likely that Braxton will take them up on that offer at all, as she has jumped on social media to continue the feud by pulling the recepts accusing Love of plotting to get her axed.
She also claimed she regretted the fight after working hard with boyfriend David Adefeso to become a better and more positive person.