LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – If the Tamar Braxton vs Quad Webb-Lunceford shade debate was not enough, Tamar Braxton and Andrea Kelly are now giving a read to Mariah Huq. And Mariah is reading to “throw up your life” for anyone who fumes “get your life”.
Reality TV fans have been debating the nuisances between Tamar and Quad this season on competing networks. They have also noted have both broadcasters have turned to online marketing vehicles that appear to mirror one another’s programs.
For several season, Tamar Braxton’s broadcaster WETV included a page of Braxton Family value catchphrases. Ironically, many of them belonged not to Tamar but her sister Trina. In fact Trina became most notable for adding “-ization” to the end of much of everything, especially Gabe. As to Gabe’s antics, it was “cheaterization” that Trina hated.
This year, as Bravo debuted Married to Medicine, it didn’t just promote the show with header splashes on its homepage with third person language; it also added a catchphrase page. A hence the network shade began.
Recently the Jasmine Brand asked Quad what she thought of the Tamar vs Married to Medicine debate. “You know, there might be some similarities but we’re still really different people. I love her personality,” Quad stated. “Give me someone who’s over the top. And I will live for them.
But Quad doesn’t see the comparison as clearly. “I see sometimes where she’s kind of loud and I would say I’m loud too. But I see her heart,” said Quad. “She has a really great heart. She’s a very ambitious woman and she thrives to make her mark in life and I love that. I love to see that.”
In fact, tonight, two networks will have women speaking in third person (“she doesn’t do that”, “she is here”).
But one cast member from yet a third show doesn’t like “her” catchphrases getting “robbed”. And she is ready to give a “read” on that stealin’azation. Andrea Kelly of Hollywood Execs tells news that she doesn’t like Mariah saying “check ya email” on Married to Medicine. She adds “Start like this: Drea Kelly said it best, “check ya email.” Somebody call the cops. I’ve been robbed! And yes, this is a read. Boom.”