Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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While we had been hearing a bunch of rumors that Tamar Braxton was practically at war with her four sisters over her newfound level of fame, it seems like that might not actually be the case.
As you may know, while the Dancing with the Stars alum is currently taking a break to heal after her pulmonary embolism diagnosis, her older sister Traci Braxton will be filling in for her on The Real.
That casting alone speaks volumes since there were reports that Tamar wasn't letting any of her Braxton Family Values costars on the show!
Now Traci is setting the record straight on their supposed feud, saying:
Glad to hear you're doing better, girl!
And while her sisters may not be very happy with her right now, her cohosts over at The Real couldn't be more supportive!
The 38-year-old television personality called in to the panel on Thursday to assure her friends and fans that she's doing better now that she's left the hospital, and it's nice to see that she's already cracking jokes.
Ch-ch-check out the adorable The Real reunion (above)!!!
This is no small feat!
The ladies of The Real deserve quite a bit of credit, because their show was just renewed — for TWO more seasons — in a TV market where renewal has been extremely tough to come by lately for syndicated talk shows!
On the strength of great ratings, the panel talk show — hosted by Tamar Braxton, Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry-Housley — will be back in syndication for seasons three and four on Fox Television Stations, according to is distribution partner, Warner Brothers.
Frank Cicha, the senior vice president of programming at Fox Television Stations, had this to say about the show:
It seemed like Jeannie Mai was the only one who hadn't dropped out of the Miss USA pageant.
But now, all of that has changed!
The Real host had previously stated that, in spite of Donald Trump's outrageous comments regarding Mexican immigrants, she would continue to fulfill her hosting responsibilities for the show this month, explaining that she was doing it for the girls and not for the businessman.
However, the 36-year-old is changing her tune, announcing her withdrawal on Facebook by saying: