Larsa Pippen Calls Out ‘Negative and Judgmental’ Tamron Hall Over Unfair Interview

The ‘Real Housewives of Miami’ star responds after the talk show host defended herself against allegations that she ambushed her guest during their conversation.

AceShowbizLarsa Pippen has spoken out following her unfair interview with Tamron Hall. Calling out the broadcast journalist for being “negative and judgmental,” the reality TV star claimed that the talk show host “never wanted to have a fair conversation” with her.

The Real Housewives of Miami” cast member stepped into The Shade Room’s Instagram account to share her thought on their interview. “She was very negative and judgmental,” she wrote in the comment of a post about the interview.

Larsa argued that Tamron’s “tone and facial expressions indicated she never wanted to have a fair conversation.” She further shaded the Daytime Emmy winner as adding, “If she Wants to audition for housewives I know somebody.”

During her appearance on “The Tamron Hall Show” in February, Larsa was quizzed by the host about her relationship with Marcus Jordan, who is a lot younger than her, while also bringing her ex Scottie Pippen‘s beef with Marcus’ father Michael Jordan. Many viewers thought that Tamron was being too hard on her guest.

Responding to the backlash, Tamron told E! News, “You know, we’re all entitled to the way we feel but the reality and how I approached every interview-I want people to know that they’re in a safe space. I want them to know that this is an authentic conversation.”

She defended herself, “And my job is not waste the time of the people watching at home. Barbara Walters famously said, ‘I don’t want to leave an interview and have someone say, ‘You should’ve asked that.’ That’s the goal.” She also argued, “I don’t want you at home to do my job. You’re already giving me your time. So for me, it’s always a respect for environment. I don’t benefit from, you know, an ambush interview.”

The 52-year-old went on noting that every guest on her show knows the topic that they’re going to discuss. “They don’t know the questions, because if you know the question, it’s not an interview-it’s a PR stunt,” she explained. “So I said to them, ‘Tell me your story.’ And if you’re not happy with the answer you gave, that’s between you and your PR team.”

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