The co-hosts of “The Real,” whose show airs just after “The Wendy Williams Show,” had a lot to say in response to Braxton’s statements.
Loni Love was the first to speak up. “First of all, thank you for calling us a ‘cute show.’ We’re also an Emmy-winning show,” she said as the audience roared. “Tamar Braxton was your guest, and we appreciate the fact that you brought us up. I just want to be full disclosure. It’s been three years. I don’t know why you guys keep talking about this whole situation.”
Adrienne Haughton was next in line to fire back at Braxton.
“If I got fired, I know that I know that I know that my sister would probably want to be like, ‘Well do we get up, do we leave, do I leave, too?’ You know what I would tell my sister? You work too hard. Sit your butt down, and I’ll tell you what not to do later on, and you keep it pushing, and you guys kill it,” she said. “We had nothing to do with that.”
Tamera Mowry-Housley added that the wild stories about them back-stabbing Braxton are “unfair.”
“The fact is we had no idea. There was no ill intention. There was no meeting. There was none of that,” she said. “Anybody that doesn’t want to believe that, that’s on you.”
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