Tamar Braxton feels bullied by people in the industry – so much so, she cried while talking about it during a segment on The Real recently.
As we all know, the famed singer has had her share of social media feuds and though she’s had some pretty harsh things to say during those public arguments, she says that being called a “muppet” by stars like K. Michelle hurts.
While trying to give her co-host advice about bullying, Tamar broke down and said:
Oh God, I feel like a terrible person. Because I don’t have any advice to give my son because I’m [still dealing with it] (starts crying)
I’m not [strong]. It’s so crazy you think I’m strong.
A particular person started… (hesitates)… saying that I look like a muppet. And… people say it so much sometimes I start to believe it.And so, I even asked Vince ‘Do I look like a muppet?’ He’s like ‘Absolutely not.’ But this person has the whole world calling me that and it’s just so devastating because it takes me back to high school and there is nothing I can do about it but what I can do is what Jeannie does [and] act like the world is all peaches and creams and strawberries. So thank you for that Jeannie.
K. Michelle and her fans initiated the “muppet” dig, but Chris Brown also called Tamar a muppet during his recent feud with the star. K. Michelle responded via Twitter:
Every action warrants a reaction. You can’t go and start a fight with someone then when they reply cry and play victim.
— K. Michelle (@kmichelle) March 25, 2015
Watch the emotional clip here and leave your thoughts below.
This is interesting.
Our Wednesdays are not the same after the first season of Empire finished last week, but apparently two cast members aren’t letting a silly ol’ season finale stop them from seeing each other.
According to new reports, Trai Byers (Andre Lyon) and Grace Gealy (Boo Boo Kitty) may be dating one another in real life. The two were recently seen at a wedding together and onlookers say the actors looked very cozy.
They went to a wedding together and people who went to the reception tell us they were super affectionate at times, but still conscious people were looking.
The bride and groom — Lauren Whitney Johnson and Cedric Sanders — are both actors, but nowhere near as famous as Lucious’ oldest son and ex-fiancée.
Check out video footage of Trai and Grace together here.
Say what you want about Mariah, but the diva is a legend – with classics, at that.
Miss Carey was spotted jamming to one of her own songs while carpooling with James Corden. In the funny The Late Late Show clip, the two chat it up with one another and sing along to Mariah’s “Always Be My Baby” and “Vision of Love.”
Check out the clip above.
Blondes and brunettes unite.
In an exclusive report, Deadline dishes:
Lea Michele and Kate Upton will star in The Layover, the William H. Macy-directed road trip sex comedy scripted by David Hornsby and Lance Krall. Production is imminent with Keith Kjarval of Unified Pictures and Aaron L. Gilbert of Bron Studios producing. Michele and Upton play a pair of lifelong best friends who decide to avoid their problems by taking a vacation only to find that their plane has been rerouted due to a hurricane warning. To make matters worse, the two friends find themselves battling for the same guy during an extended layover in St. Louis. Macy will play a role in the film as well.
We’ll definitely be tuning in.