‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Star Fired

Published: Monday 9th Nov 2015 by David
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Its brand spanking new production style and community-based storylines may see the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ strike ratings gold this season.
So, it’s a shame that fans are to learn that one of its newbies won’t be there to bask in its impending glory.

After Sheree Whitfield‘s comeback plans were rocked by her ‘Selling it in the ATL‘-sized drama with show runner Carlos King the series’ producers were forced to slice Tammy McCall Browning from the season because of a violent altercation that occurred during scenes shot in Miami.

The Reality TV hopeful had succeeded in convincing Bravo to allow her to audition for the “role” of a leading ‘Wife’ following NeNe Leakes‘ decision to leave the show after seven seasons.

Alas, her hopes of following in the mogul’s footsteps were shattered when she invited the athlete Glen Rice junior to film with her hoping his celebrity status would push her closer to nabbing a much coveted peach.

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Unfortunately this did the opposite when the athlete allegedly began to behave aggressively on set giving some cast members no choice but to urge producers to have him removed.

Tami was given the on-camera job of telling him to leave and this-according to sources on set- is when he allegedly attempted to confront one of the ‘Wives’ prompting Tami to stand in his way.

What happened next?

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The drama continued after McCall released from hospital and it wasn’t long before she learned that she and her Rice were no longer welcome.

Catch the latest ‘Housewives’ episode when it airs next Sunday on Bravo.

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  1. Missey November 9, 2015

    A bunch of grown women acting like animals from a zoo. And the public wonders why Corporate American won’t touch a black woman.

    Shame.

    • xtina fan November 9, 2015

      The other ladies from these franchise act the same, especially on the new york one. Stop singling them out because they’re black.

      • Chile, leave my weave at the door and don’t steal it like those broke ass barb stans November 9, 2015

        To be completely honest, I believe because it’s obviously the most popular version, that makes them much more susceptible to hurt and open to public ridicule. Literally, if you just type in “Real H” in google without clicking search, the Atlanta option is the only one that’s shown. That says something.

    • The King November 9, 2015

      The Atlanta girls are extremely classy which is why they make headlines WHEN they fight. You’d know that if you watched it.

  2. caribbean native November 9, 2015

    Cant wait to get off of work and take in some of this tea

  3. IG: @mixedboy November 9, 2015

    Last nights season opener was pretty good!!

    Who gone check me boo!!! Lol

  4. Casual-T November 9, 2015

    I don’t see why SHE got fired. I understand why they’d ban him from filming, though. Maybe there’s more to this story.

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