Should Kids Stay Out Of Grown Folks Business?

by Krystal Franklin

June 8, 2017

(Photos by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images, Marcus Ingram/WireImage and Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Codeblack Films)

The last 24 hours have been a whirlwind on social media and former friends Tamar Braxton and Toya Wright are at the center of it.

Here’s a quick backstory on the feud. Tiny Harris and Tamar allegedly fell out after Toya reportedly lied on the former The Real co-host in her 2016 book, In My Own Words…My Reality. Months later Tamar left the Emmy-award winning talk show and Toya appeared on an episode. In her book Toya writes, “My friend was on the talk show for what I believe was two seasons and I was never able to go on there. After my friend was fired, my publicist was able to get me on the show, which I found to be stranger. I never had a convo with my homegirl about what happened to her and how she ended up leaving the talk show. All I knew is that she no longer worked there.” 

Whew.

In an effort to restore her friendship with Tiny, Tamar took to Instagram (and threw a little shade at Toya in the process.)

https://www.instagram.com/p/BVDXSiRl-6F/?taken-by=tamarbraxton&hl=en

Tiny seemed to accept the olive branch and commented on the post:

But it wasn’t long before Toya responded in a now-deleted Instagram post (click the right arrow on the photo to see her response)

Insert Reginae Carter. The 18-year-old daughter of rapper Lil Wayne and Toya has a reputation for dragging adults online (remember when she confronted T.I.?) if and when they speak out negatively about her parents.  While we admire the loyalty, we can’t help but wonder if Reginae should stay in a child’s place and let the adults hash it out. Check out her response to Tamar’s “paperback Toya” remark.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BVDgmKbj3f1/?taken-by=colormenae&hl=en

TELL US: Fair or foul? At what age is it okay for your child to defend you?

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