Actress Tamera Mowry-Housley grew up before our eyes as one of the twin wunderkinders Tia and Tamera on TV's 1990s hit sitcom Sister, Sister. As child stars who were in demand, the twins didn't have the time to get a quality education. That helps explain why Tamera went on a Twitter rant accusing Cocaofab.com of trying "to stay relevant" by attributing an inaccurate quote about Rihanna and Chris Brown to her.
"Please don't make up situations at my expense @mycocoafab to try to stay relevant. Please don't put words in my mouth. Not cool!" an angry Tamera wrote earlier today on her official Twitter account.
She added: "Rihanna's or Chris's name NEVER came up in that the interview @mycocoafab I'm so confused as to why this site would do this?"
But if Tamera took the time to read -- and comprehend -- what was written, she would've known that she was not misquoted at all.
Here is what Cocafab.com wrote:
1. Don’t be rachet. Be refined. “Like my grandmother always said, ‘dare to be different’,” says Tamera. While it’s popular these days to be the Rihanna to his Chris (okay, sans the abuse fiasco), consider being different from all of the overly sexy, turnt up girls. Guys want someone who stands out from the crowd. Remember, there’s a HUGE difference between wifey and wife! Don’t get it twisted.
As you can see, there are quotation marks around what Tamera actually said. The rest of the blurb was ad-libbed by the writer.
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