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In a new sit-down interview, talk show host Loni Love again denied getting Tamar Braxton fired as a co-host on The Real.

Loni, 48, has repeatedly denied backstabbing Tamar and getting her fired from the daytime talk show. Rumor has it that Loni wanted to be the only "ghetto girl" on the show.

In a wide-ranging interview with Madamenoire, Loni again denied the allegations.

"I will say this, anybody that knows me, knows that I will not describe myself as a ghetto girl. I wouldn't describe Tamar Braxton as a ghetto girl," Loni said.

"I might say that we believe in the power of being ourselves. But ghetto girl?! I would never do that. And also, there's a lesson in this. When you try to help people, you have to watch who you help. I've never been against any Black woman. My fans know that. That's the reason why I wrote this book. When you read the book, you will see. I've been trying to get the truth out for years. But here, we dealing with this reality show type [mentality]."

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Loni clarified what she meant when she asked where are all the plus-size icons?

"What I'm trying to say is, there are beautiful plus-size models out here. I know that because I'm about to run this Ashley Stewart campaign and I said, 'Give me your plus-size models. Beautiful girls. But I only see them on Ashley Stewart. I don't see them on the cover of Ebony. I don't see them on the cover of Elle and Vogue. So you're telling me everybody got to be a 00 or a 2 to be on the cover of a magazine? That's what I meant."

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She confirmed making her man, James Welsh, sign a non-disclosure agreement:

"I think an NDA -- especially when you are a female that is making your way, and you meet somebody who is going to be in your life - it's not about them. It's about the people that are around them. And it's not to question their friends' character. But let me tell you something, when people need money, they do strange and odd things. And so an NDA is simply a way of protecting yourself. And that's all it is. It's not that you don't trust the person. I trust James 100 percent. But the point is, when people get upset or mad - and we're talking about down the road - things happen. It's no different than me having a prenup."

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Keyshia Cole appeared on The Real daytime talk show that aired this week. Keyshia, 38, was there to promote her own talk show, One On One With Keyshia Cole.

The R&B Diva and mother of two shared the pros and cons of hosting her own talk show and the 14-year age difference between her and boytoy Nico.

Keyshia explained the excuse Nick Cannon gave her when he showed up 45 minutes late for a guest appearance on her show.

She said Nick told her, "'like I'm on my way to the airport and I had to get my bags,' and all that. And I was like, 'Nick, we don't care about that!'"

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"Listen, if I've ever been late for anything, right, I apologize! Now I understand! Now I understand how serious, and, then like, we go through waiting for a guest," Keyshia told the ladies.

"‘Cause I'm used to being the artist and being like, 'Okay, I need my hair right. I need my lip right. I need my clothes right.' And not really taking into consideration what the talk show host or the radio host.

"I'm like - Nick Cannon was forty five minutes late, and, well, thank God my boyfriend was there because I was gonna have him - he's a, he's a lyricist and an artist. So, I had him on my first episode. And thank God! But, he was sweating bullets up there! Okay? He was like, I was asking him all kinds of questions, 'So, how is it to be with a woman like me?'

"He was like, 'Wait a minute! This is crazy!' So, then it was like Nick showed up, he could leave and was like, 'Thank God. It's like all over.' But, no, I mean it was cool because, um, you know - I mean - I appreciate Nick coming through and supportin', you know. He was one of - the first guest. So, that's, like, okay.
 

 
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Loni Love sparked a fierce debate on social media when she said all Black men cheat due to America's history of slavery that separated families.

During Friday's episode of The Real, co-host Loni Love said Black men - particularly men with money and power - cheat with no shame because slavery broke up families.

Loni, who is dating a Caucasian man, said Black men "really don't know how to have true, faithful relationships. They think because they have money, because they have power, that they can treat women any kind of way."

She added: "Money and power does not mean you do whatever you want to do."

Loni theorizes that Black men cheat with reckless abandon because "we are still dealing with slavery and we are descendants of slavery and because our families were broken up."

New co-host Amanda Seales agreed: "It's slavery; welfare reform in the '60s and '70s..."

And co-host Adrienne Bailon said privileged Black men work harder to keep their money and power, and their hustle affects their relationships with their wives.

Hot 97 host Ebro had something to say about Loni's comments that all Black men cheat due to the history of slavery.

"Imagine that pain when you're trying to be honorable and you're doing everything right and your family doesn't believe in you.

"And Black women continue to get on these platforms talking about all men do this and all Black men do that and all Black men have these problems. And as a Black man, you're working on those problems, and you're looking at your people - these suppose to be your people going out in public thrashing you all the time."

He added: "It's not just Black men out here cheating!"

 

 

 

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