The split between Tamar Braxton and The Real just got way more NASTY. The producers behind the show leaked information to the Daily Mail, and they are saying very DISTURBING THINGS about Tamar.
First off, producers are saying that Tamar was "disrespectful" to the other producers. Here's how the Daily Mail explains:
During the final tapings of The Real in early May, the show's executive producer had reached a breaking point with Tamar, who cursed her out in earshot of other staffers on set after being upset she lost a game during the taping.
"It was an ugly scene. Pinterest was sponsoring the segment and Tamar was genuinely upset she was losing the game. She really acted out during the taping in front of the studio audience and then exploded behind the scenes once the show was done.
Producers had to heavily edit the segment to make it presentable to air on TV, but the sponsor was on set for the segment and witnessed it all," the source explains.
That right there sounds like some HE-SAID-SHE-SAID mess. We're sure that Tamar's side of things are different. But this SECOND reason why she was fired seems very troubling. They claim that Tamar was "too ghetto" for the show. Here's what else the Daily Mail is saying:
...Sources tell Daily Mail Online Telepictures decided to conduct focus groups on the show to see what they could do to empower the show for Seasons 3 and 4, as it had been announced that the series had received a two-year renewal on all Fox stations and on BET where it re-airs.
The research from the focus group was not good for Tamar.
"The focus group research showed that most educated and working women did not identify with Tamar's show vernacular and her use of words known to be popular among drag queens and some gay men - phrases like 'get your life,' ;where they do that at' and 'have several seats.'
"It was even said she seemed more suited to be a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race on Logo instead of a talk show host on The Real," revealed the source.
"The research went on to say that most educated and working women found her to be 'ghetto' and that her aggressive eye-rolling, neck-rolling and the smacking of her mouth were indicative of 'stereotypical behavior that African American women have worked years to overcome,''' the source continued.
The Real's executive producer used the show's focus group findings, her on-set insubordination and the fact that the sales team for the show had made it clear that advertisers did not want her in their segments due to antics that happened with Pinterest to convince Warner Bros. to can her from the show.