Twitter Is Fed TF Up With Tamera Mowry's Latest Claims About Her Husband

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Twitter Is Fed TF Up With Tamera Mowry's Latest Claims About Her Husband

"Must be draining."

Published September 18, 2018

Tamera Mowry-Housley's constant reiteration of the plight of her interracial marriage and seemingly unwarranted quest to deny claims of her husband, Adamn Housley, being a racist has rubbed social media the wrong way.

Most recently, mom-of-two ruffled feathers online after she addressed concerns of her husband of being a racist because of his job at Fox News.

The drama began on Mowry's daytime show The Real  during a discussion on Julie Chen. Chen reportedly left her talk show The Talk after her husband Les Moonves was fired from CBS amid sexual misconduct allegations.

"There are certain people that think my husband is racist because he worked for a certain channel," Mowry began. " I am going to look in that camera right there and let everybody know my husband is not a racist," she proclaimed.

No stranger to sticking by her man, this past July, Tamera Mowry-Housley came under fire for discussing the racial "backlash" she experienced over the course of her interracial relationship-turned-marriage.

Her husband Adam Housley worked as a corespondent on Fox News, but announced his departure from the network in August.

Despite her constant reassurance, social media appeared to be at its wits end with Tamera Mowry-Housely constantly discussing race as it relates to her husband and their marriage.

Here's a rundown of what social media had to say about Tamera Mowry's latest claims that her husband is not a racist.

Written by BET Staff

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