Tamar Braxton’s “Love and War” relationship with WeTV has officially ended.
The network issued a statement on Friday, which it received from Page Six, saying it would “work with its representatives to comply with its request to discontinue all future network work.”
Braxton’s recent suicide attempt and her previous struggles with mental health were – as she revealed in a letter to the network and on Thursday’s Instagram post – inseparable from her struggles with the network. WeTV currently has two Braxton series: Braxton Family Values - for the seventh season – and the upcoming Get Ya Life!
Sources at Variety said the 43-year-old Braxton is portrayed to appear in at least a few more episodes of the Braxton Family Values that began production before her last battles. “Get Ya Life!”; Based on the Braxton situation was already postponed earlier this week, but Variety sources expect all six episodes of the completed first season to be shown as scheduled starting Sept. 10.
“Tamar Braxton has been an important family in our network for more than a decade,” WeTV said in a statement. “Because she pays a lot of attention to her health and well-being at a time that is obviously difficult and personal, we, along with her representatives, will respect her request to stop all future network work. We wish her nothing but the best. “
In a letter she sent to WeTV Brass weeks before her suicide, Braxton filed several complaints with the network.
Braxton responded to a note sent by the network describing its efforts to support the black community. The fiery mission compared its TV bosses to “the cruel masters of white slaves who once chained our ancestors, and to the repressive police forces that are now terrorizing our communities.
“I hope these assessments were worth it because we managed to destroy a large black family.”
She also accused them of revealing the secret of her childhood sexual assault and rape “in the presence of my entire family and 100 crew members”, noting that she had previously kept it a secret even from her mother and that the resulting shame had made her think. ending her life.
A family stranger told Page Six that Braxton was also outraged by choosing Love and Hip-Hop producer Mona Scott Young to lead Get Ya Life !, saying, “Tamar felt disguised … [by the hiring of] the person she said she didn’t want to work with. “
In a Instagram post released on Thursday, Braxton says WeTV “betrayed it, used it, worked too hard and paid too little,” adding that Reality TV personalities have no union, no protective coat of arms, and no official representation protecting our employees, our rights, our voices ”before committing to fighting for ethical business practices on reality television.
Diversity notes that Tamar “has so far been the second highest paid talent in the history of WE TV, behind only her sister Toni.”
Due to what was initially thought to have been an overdose of the drug, Tamar was hospitalized on July 16th.