Tamar Braxton Responds To Todrick Hall Calling Her 'A Drag Queen Trapped Inside A Woman's Body' And More In 'Celebrity Big Brother' House
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Tamar Braxton Responds To Todrick Hall Calling Her 'A Drag Queen Trapped Inside A Woman's Body' And More In 'Celebrity Big Brother' House

Former Celebrity Big Brother winner Tamar Braxton has sounded off on some comments her friend Todrick Hall made about her on the new season of the show.


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PopCrave tweeted a screengrab from @BBLiveUpdaters, who wrote that Hall talked smack about Braxton to others in the house. "[Hall] [s]ays she has been on 2 of his albums & she is super talented, but sometimes her personality overshadows that talent & that people focus on that. Says that Tamar is like a drag queen trapped in a woman's body."

Braxton, however, said that she's not going to ruin her friendship over his comments.

“I’m not falling out with my REAL friend over a TV show!!,” she tweeted. “We will talk when he leaves the house. This is all terrible.” She also posted a broken heart emoji. While she said she won’t end her friendship over what he said, the broken heart indicates that she might actually feel a certain way after all.

Fans have been reacting as soon as they are learning about what Hall has said, with one viewer writing, "Todrick really destroying everything huh?

Another one wrote, "Todrick is going to be apologizing to a lot of people when he gets out of that house."

Hall has been called a bully and duplicitous by eliminated houseguests, including Chris Kirkpatrick, who said he didn’t appreciate Hall bringing his children into an argument. Teddi Mellencamp also said she was warned before going into the house about Hall’s personality, and she felt frustrated by Hall’s actions.

Hall has also been taken to task by fans for bodyshaming Shanna Moakler.

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