Tameka Foster Calls Out Atlanta Exes Porducers


Tameka Foster Calls Out Atlanta Exes Porducers

Since Atlanta Exes started Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Foster has caught a lot of heat by for her behavior on VH1?s new hit reality series, but now she’s attacking the producers!

Tameka is claiming that the Atlanta Exes producers and their shady editing are to blame for how she’s been acting on the small screen, CelebNMusic247.com has learned.

Tameka Foster is CLAPPING BACK on her Blog claiming she’s not too happy with her debut to reality television. While Torrei Hart

She writes:

“I’ve been the recipient of kindness from total strangers during the most difficult times in my life. Men, women and young people have expressed goodwill and given me assurance that their prayers have had my name attached to them. Thank you. For this reason, I feel I owe it to my friends and supporters a better understanding of the most recent “Atlanta Exes” episodes. Many are confused because their personal interactions with me were totally opposite with what they see on television. There’s a reason for this…

Drama is value. Be it good or bad. No other place is this understood more than the medium of television. As with any reality show, we filmed hundreds of hours from which aggressive editing was initiated to elevate tension and create story. All of us, the entire cast understood this going in. We signed up for it. However, several scenes were placed together that did not happen in real time as they appeared. One joke, one side-eye or one critical comment transposed to another unrelated scene can create synthetic arguments that in reality did not occur. Editing can be and is dangerous!”

Tameka weighs in on looking like a Angry/bitter Black woman like the Real Housewives of Atlanta:

“When “Atlanta Exes” came together, I was actually proud to be a part of this group of strong women who have all shared the same experience of being married to a celebrity. I had turned down several other reality series because none of them had the promise of presenting a positive take away for the viewers. This show was supposed to be different. It was to be about ‘sisterhood’ and shared experiences between like-minded women. It was supposed to be positive and inspiring.

As you have seen in only three episodes, it has gotten out of hand and turned into something like the other Reality Series – the same ones I turned down in the past. The ones that further the stereotype of Angry/bitter Black women. I am disappointed and frustrated to be presented like that. I am not that woman. I am blessed with a wonderful family, genuine friendships, and vast opportunities to inspire and affect change in the lives of millions. A responsibility I take seriously.”

Then she called out her AE costar Torrei Hart for allegedly carrying out the dirty work of the producers:

“I have made mistakes. When the producers asked to film my T-Market (Flea Market) event in support of my “Kile’s Word Foundation”, I honestly should have never agreed to it. That was my fault. Once there, the producers felt the scenes didn’t have “enough action.” So, I was told they sent Torrei and her friend Traci Steele to start some sh*t – and sh*t they started! Not the optimal plan…

What they didn’t know is anything having to do with the loss of my son is off limits, especially when mockery or childish fodder is included. I can’t untangle those feelings for TV. It is a zone that doesn’t go with the rest of my entertainment life. Although creating a confrontation there may have provided the “action” or the valuable drama I spoke of earlier, it was a mistake. Poor in taste.”

Tameka has become the Jackie Christie of Atlanta Exes and is obviously NOT wanting to own up to her truth, but instead deny her actions.

What do you think of Tameka’s confessions, because Usher didn’t buy any of it and dumper her.