Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Tabatha Brown vs The Food Network


Wendy Williams was never the same after she crossed vegan influencer Tabatha Brown [click here if you missed that].

Now The Food Network is about to find out what Wendy learned the hard way...

After booking Tabatha for a vegan chef competition show the Food Network suddenly snatched her primetime spot on Thursday night and moved her to a less desirable Tuesday afternoon slot. 

 and then this happened.
@iamtabithabrown Im not going to change who I am! I always going to speak up for mysle! “It’s Compliplated” now airs on Tuesdays at 1pm on @Food Network #dontchange #tabithabrown #iamenough ♬ original sound - Tabitha Brown

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love you too Ms. Tab. Keep doing you. GOD has the Glory.

Anonymous said...

Love you too Ms. Tab. Keep doing you. GOD has the Glory.

Anonymous said...

love her, but her voice just creeps me out

Anonymous said...

She has a lucrative commercial deal with a vitamin that I see all the time. Keep it moving forward sister.

NyahbinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

If they don't leave this Empress alone, who is divinely anointed, they too will learn. Food Network ain't to big to be taken down a peg or two, don't be out here looking like Wendy Williams, when she tried it with Ms. Tabitha would had to lay down that biblical sorcery, by "blessing" Wendy's ass lol

Unknown said...

This woman looks demonic ASF in all her photos. I'm not a religious person, but something is off about this woman. I hope she has some sort of finance backing, cause, whitey don't play when it comes to black (women) ppl in business. Many blacks thought they had whitey cornered, and learned the hard way that they didn't...
I don't know anything about Tabitha, other than her psychotic grinning photos, but, I am for supporting black women in business, and healthier lifestyle choices.
Best of luck to her...

R in NYC said...

Ok so does this mean she's putting a spell on the food network? 😆

Shafrika Lights said...

Have no idea who she is, but she's condescending as hell, lol!!

mil262 said...

The Food Network changed the day and time her show was on. They didn't cancel her show....not yet

Anonymous said...


Some of y'all keep running to YT folks for opportunities and then complain when they hand you BS. Create your own opportunities.

Wendy's pain is/was self-inflected. Wendy's train left the station well before this kitchen magician came along. Don't give this woman and her pseudo smile credit for Wendy's downfall which was years in the making.

Anonymous said...

One has nothing to do with the other. Lol! Leave Tabitha alone. Her voice and smile only creeps the unholy people out. That woman stands firm on her faith and principles. Her faith is unwavering. Her principles are you’re not going to change what you initially liked about her I’m the 1st place.
She didn’t offend anyone with vulgar language nor has a history of speaking inappropriately with anyone so stop always trying to change us!

Anonymous said...

* in the 1st place *

Anonymous said...

Queen of the Coons . . . pickaninny hair and bugged eyes. A breathing modern day stereotype.

Anonymous said...

To: 1:33 PM

You're a fool! The devil himself could show up to your house with bugged eyes saying Y'all Alright, Very Good and you would think he came in peace. You do not know this woman, you only know the mammy shtick she presents to you. That's it! It's what some black folks have done for years to make white folks believe they're passive and non threatening. Wake up!

Anonymous said...

Wow. Only a white supremist(they come in all shades) would apply self hating racist stereotypes to this beautiful woman's natural hair style. Anything Black women do will eventually get a negative connotation.

Anonymous said...

@10:56
I thought I was the only one. Her aura appears nice but it's creepy and borderline demonic--for every video I've seen of her. I really want to like her and wish her the best, but it's a weird feeling I've always gotten from her.

Anonymous said...

At least she's not an ignorant rapper promoting negative stereotypes of black people but that's about the only nice thing I can say about this phony, fake southern accent having weirdo. Food Network has been trash since I was young so I expect trash behavior from them.

Anonymous said...

To: 2:57 PM

White Supremacy? Nope, but you're clearly projecting because it's the exact opposite.

This woman checks off all the boxes for stereotypes. The Aunt Jemima verbiage, CHECK. The slow rolling eye bucking, CHECK. Overly dogmatic religious behavior, CHECK. Topsy Hair style, CHECK. The I is smart, I is important morning mantras, CHECK.

I can keep going.

Anonymous said...

Mic drop!

Anonymous said...

If your viewers numbers are not up, then you get moved to another less prominent time slot. How many of you were watching to help her keep up the numbers?

Unknown said...

Tabitha's demonic smile reminds me of that horror film that's dropping next month called "Smile"; all those characters have that same goofy / demonic grin. Also, the top photo, with the bantu knots, reminds me of an episode of Love Craft Country; the one where the little girl fights off those dancing, grinning, demonic, dancing dolls lol smdh.

No Chiraq said...

Christian Vegans are POWERFUL!

WiserWords2 said...

WiserWords2

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Wow. Only a white supremist(they come in all shades) would apply self hating racist stereotypes to this beautiful woman's natural hair style. Anything Black women do will eventually get a negative connotation.

2:57 PM

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PREACH. It's sad how some Black people aren't aware how they have been conditioned to view everything in Black culture as negative.

Tabitha's success is due to her being herself. Why should she change now?

J.Swindell said...

I think they expect another Neely's or Big Daddy's House type show where the mannerisms border a stereotype. Thing is blacks are just as multifaceted as anyone else. If this lady's brand is what has worked in the past few years, why change now?

Anonymous said...

See got crazy eyes

Anonymous said...

reminds me of a like a character from "Get Out"

Anonymous said...

Ditto on her disturbing my soul

Anonymous said...

Iyanla encountered the exact same thing when she left Oprah to work for Barbara Walters back in the day. First thing they did was try to whiten her up and make her straighten her hair. They wanted to get rid of what made her her which was odd because that is what attracted them to her in the first place. Same thing with Tab. I have the same heavy deep South accent and I am who I am. If I am good enough for God, I don't need man's approval.

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