Loni Love from 'The Real' Shares Photo of Herself Dressed up in Black & Reveals She's a UNCF Ambassador
American comic, Loni Love, shared a series of new photos on her Instagram page, announcing that she became an ambassador of the American philanthropic organization, UNCF.
In an exciting turn of event, Loni Love took to her Instagram page yesterday to share the news of her ambassadorship to the United Negro College Fund.
The female comedian gave fans a peek of the pearl-embellished black top that she wore as she posed against a UNCF board in the first snapshot while the second showed her and actor Anthony Anderson posing for the camera.
UNCF is the nation's largest and most effective minority education organization that plays a vital role in subsidizing tuition for students and providing them with scholarship opportunities, per Shaw University's website.
According to Information Cradle, the Emmy Award-winning comedian was born on July 12, 1971, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Loni's former comedy writer and friend, Cookie Hull, alleged that Loni was indeed behind Tamar's removal from the daytime talk show in 2016.
Loni was raised by her mother after her parents divorced when she was little, but she claims that they [her parents] have maintained a cordial relationship ever since.
Loni's comedy career began in 2004 after the actress became a runner up on "Search Star" in 2003. She was also recognized as one of the "Top 10 Comics to Watch" on Comedy Central as well as Variety.
Aside from her budding comedy career, Loni went on to become a host on "The Real" talk show along with Jeannie Mai, Tamera Mowry, and Adrienne Bailon.
When asked who her favorite guest on the show was during an interview with Refinery 29, she said it was J.Lo, explaining that she [J.Lo] brought quite a bit of spunk and class to the show.
It hasn't been all rosy with Loni and the women of "The Real" talk show, as the television host was accused of plotting to get Tamar Braxton fired from "The Real" in 2016.
As Bossip reports, Loni's former comedy writer and friend, Cookie Hull, alleged that Loni was indeed behind Tamar's removal from the daytime talk show in 2016.
According to Hull, although Loni did not specifically get Tamar fired, she influenced the decision to, by sending a number of emails to the network, in which she made Tamar out to be expendable.