Loni Love of 'The Real' Jokes about Doing Her Own Makeup after 2 Weeks of Quarantine
Loni Love brought a smile to people’s faces after she shared an image of her new makeup routine during the coronavirus pandemic.
During a time when people are worried about the outcome of the coronavirus outbreak, Loni Love brought in a little sunshine with her sense of humor.
To that end, the TV host and comedian posted an image that she used as an example of how doing her makeup during quarantine has been.
Tamar made it clear that she believed that her former co-hosts, especially Loni, knew that she was going to get fired from the show before it happened.
The photo, which garnered nearly 30,000 likes, showed a zombie-looking Loni with leaves and twigs with the words on the image reading “day 14 of doing my own makeup.”
Many of her followers subsequently took to the comment section to ask the comedian to “stop it” while others thanked her for making them laugh.
The author’s hilarious take on how she looks without the help of her glam team came during the time that people have questions regarding her relationship with her former “The Real” co-host, Tamar Braxton.
According to Cheat Sheet, Tamar made it clear that she believed that her former co-hosts, especially Loni, knew that she was going to get fired from the show before it happened.
Although Loni denied the allegations, the drama came back up after a former friend of the author, Cookie Hull, revealed how the incident supposedly played out.
Cookie claimed that Loni told her that she wanted to be the “only ghetto girl” on the show, which meant she had to get rid of Tamar. Eventually, Loni had to address the claims and stated that she would talk all about it in her latest book.
In a YouTube video that she did, the 48-year-old pointed out that all five of the show’s hosts, including Braxton, had just completed their promotional photoshoots for the third season of the show.
Some fans believe that if Loni was indeed involved in Tamar’s firing situation, it was most likely a reflex action from her upbringing.
According to The Grio, the comedian endured a difficult childhood that required her to do anything to survive. Those survival tactics have come into play more than once, especially after Loni steps on the toes of viewers of “The Real.”
Back in March, the TV personality stated that several women in the African American community had no idea how to eat because “we grew up that way.”