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Since Tamar Braxton‘s abrupt firing from daytime talk show The Real in 2016, her relationship with her former co-hosts Adrienne Bailon and Loni Love has suffered, but things may be on the up and up.
Braxton has been spending her quarantine time wisely, reflecting on life and wanting to get along with everyone, including her former co-hosts. She joined The Real in 2013. After she was fired, Braxton began to publicly proclaim feeling backstabbed by Bailon, Love, her other co-host Tamera Mowry-Housely and some production staff.
Braxton has expressed interest in reconciling with Bailon over the years, more recently via Instagram yesterday challenging Bailon to participate in Tyler Perry‘s “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” viral singing challenge. Later, Braxton took to Twitter to share her newfound mending ways.
“I feel that its the time to get along with everyone. I don’t even have a feeling about people who wronged me in the past,” she tweeted. “I’m at the point in my life that if that’s your energy that’s on you. NOTHING or NO ONE is going to dim the light that’s over me. That is mine.”
Surprisingly, Bailon responded, “Thank you, Tamar Braxton,” participating in the challenge singing in Spanish with her husband Israel Houghton.
Over the years, Love and Braxton have traded disses online and in different tv appearances, referring to claims that Love had Braxton fired. Promoting her new book I Tried to Change So You Don’t Have To, Love responded, “I have no problems with nobody. I just want folks to stop lying on me.”
Who knows whether or not these ladies will mend this broken bridge, either way, it hasn’t halted anyone’s success. Tamar’s reality series Get Ya Life premieres this April on WEtv.
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