Iyanla Vanzant and Tamar Braxton's dynamic proved to be similar to that of oil and water as seen on the recently concluded season of Braxton Family Values. Most recently, however, more details have emerged surrounding the life coach's appearance and how she views her new foe.
After it was reported that the Fix My Life star was set to appear on the reality series to rectify the Braxton family's issues, it was later seen, both on the show and behind the scenes, that things didn't go as planned as seen in Tamar's spirited verbal attack on the life coach.
Since then, reports have surfaced claiming Vanzant was considering taking legal action over the singer in response to comments she made about her on social media.
Now, while she is yet to publicly speak on the matter, Vanzant reportedly feels that Tamar does not belong on reality TV as she is damaging to herself and others.
"Iyanla feels like Tamar craves attention and she'll eventually destroy her own life and continue to damage her family's relationships with one another," an insider revealed. "She doesn't think that reality TV is a good place for her."
To make matters even worse, the source went on to share that Vanzant believes Tamar displays signs of having a mental health disorder.
"She thinks that she might not be well," the insider added. "Iyanla wants Tamar to get some help."
The "Love & War" singer took to Twitter after the cringeworthy, tense episode to thank her fans for tuning in.
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