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The Shade Continues: Tamar Braxton Slams Former Co-Hosts of 'The Real'

Find out who her targets are this time.

With the new season of The Real approaching, and talks of Tamar Braxton's rumored replacement considerations making the rounds, fans are pressed to know where the show currently stands, but they're more curious to know if the remaining co-hosts still get along with the booted star. Taking to Twitter, Tamar made that answer abundantly clear: they're apparently no longer friends.

The two former co-hosts who Tamar apparently still isn't here for are Tamera Mowry-Housley and Loni Love.

It all started when Tamera Mowry-Housley conducted a periscope Q&A with her fans, with one asking if she and Tamar are "still cool." After she responded with a confident, "Absolutely," Tamar hopped on Twitter to clear that up, also subliminally adding in the process that she had a problem with Loni Love's press coverage of her departure.

The "press" Tamar seemingly is referring to is Loni's interview on the Tom Joyner Morning Show this week where she opened up about season three of the show and Tamar's cutting from the panel.

"Let me say this about season three of The Real... We want to thank the fans for supporting us," she said. "I know there are a lot of changes that are happening. Warner Brothers is making the decision of what they want to do as far as a co-host. I think it'll be guest co-hosts... It's been a hard summer on [the other co-hosts]. Send some love because it's been hard... Nobody knew about [Tamar getting fired]. It was nobody's fault. I want the fans to understand that."

Relive the drama surrounding Tamar's exit from The Real with BET Breaks above.

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