Producers of “The Real” have issued a statement addressing Tamar Braxton’s departure amid rumors that Warner Bros is going to sue Tamar and her husband Vince Herbert. Deets inside…
And the plot thickens…
Following Tamar Braxton dramatic scene about her departure from "The Real" on “Braxton Family Values,” the show's producers are now speaking out.
In a statement, "The Real" producers say they felt compelled to speak out in response to Tamar’s recent interviews and television appearances. “The Real” made it clear that NONE of the other co-hosts - Tamera Mowry Housley, Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love & Jeannie Mai - had anything to do with Tamar being let go from the daytime talk show.
The statement reads:
“Tamar Braxton’s contract was not renewed for reasons that will remain privileged and private, and that are between her and the Studio. 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.”
That doesn't seem to be what Tamar thinks as she recently shaded all of her former co-hosts on Instagram recently. Get those deets HERE.
It’s interesting to note, the show also said Tamar’s departure was a mutual decision in which Tamar said was not true.
As the rumor mill continues turning, there are new speculations that Warner Bros is pissed about Tamar’s (re-shot) "BFV" scene when she found out she was let go from the show that aired on Thursday night. The company reportedly fired off legal letters to WEtv that claims if anything on the show’s reenactment violates Tamar and Vince’s non-disclosure agreement, they plan on suing!
It’s also being reported that Warner Bros wanted to get rid of Vince as an executive producer and that executives wanted to have a discussion with Tamar to help her keep her job. It’s alleged that Vince wouldn’t allow executives to speak with Tamar and that’s why they decided to let her go.
Not only that, sources claim Vince knew Tamar was being let go two weeks before he told her. Oh?
The Daily Mail reports:
‘They reenacted the day that Tamar found out she was fired and staged an entire scene where Tamar is laying in bed crying and declaring that she doesn’t know why she was fired, while her sisters attempt to console her.’
Warner Bros fired off legal letters to WE TV about this Thursday’s episode claiming that if anything on the show’s reenactment further disparages The Real or violates Tamar and Vince’s non-disclosure agreement, they plan to pursue litigation.
The New York Post has since reported that Vince was aware that his wife was being fired from The Real two weeks before he actually told her.
Daily Mail Online has also learned, that Warner Bros initially decided to ditch Vince as an executive producer on the series and wanted to have a ‘come to Jesus meeting’ with Tamar one last time to help her keep her job.
‘They had completed a photo shoot for Season three,’ the source said.
The source added: ‘Their intention was not to fire her, but because Vince was dropped as a producer he wouldn’t allow the executives to speak to his wife directly and that’s what pushed the network to not pick up her option either and can her from the show.’ In addition to sending letters to WE TV, Warner Bros. is also threatening to release multiple videos of Tamar imploding on set, as well as the video of her meltdown and cussed out the show’s executive producer.
The drama of it all!
Tamar isn’t sweating it though. She’s gearing up to host her own talk show thanks to Steve Harvey.