Usher’s ex, Tameka Foster Glover Raymond appeared on V-103’s Frank & Wanda morning show Friday (9/3) to discuss her new boutique and seemed to be looking forward to her appearance on the show, even tweeting about it prior to her arrival.
Things went horribly wrong when Tameka showed up for her interview late. You see, the early morning show tapes a segment for the CW network, which airs every evening, and Tameka’s late arrival threw a loop not only in planning for the radio show, but for the television taping as well.
The hosts of the morning show [Frank Ski, Wanda Smith & Elle Duncan] didn’t seem too happy about Meka’s lack of respect for their time and clowned her during the taping of the television show.
Although the entire opening could be considered a diss, it was a lil joke that Elle Duncan made on the show that sent Tameka over the edge.
Soon after the show aired, Usher’s ex sent a barrage of profanity filled statements to the radio host via the social networking site, Twitter:
In case you were wondering what all the hoopla was about, here’s the statement that started it all:
Co-host Elle Duncan makes a statement about her last name, stating, “I’m Elle Raymond…. What? I can use it too, I’m not married to him either!” And all the hosts bust out laughing… they then tape another version, which omits the statement.
It all seemed innocent enough but I guess Tameka is fed up with y’all making fun of her marital situation. Tameka seemed to have directed all of that built up anger and frustration towards Elle…. but why? Co-host Wanda Smith was just as catty towards her once she finally arrived to the station.
I watched the full interview and it was all totally awkward. It seemed to me that the entire show was throwing shade on Meka…. not just Elle.
Whatever the case, Tameka felt disrespected and took it to the tweets. Elle gave Tameka the benefit of the doubt by suggesting that her account was possibly hacked:
Tameka has since deleted all the offensive statements she made that evening, so perhaps she actually considered being a role model to the girls she “mentors”.
We all certainly got a good laugh from watching her online meltdown but major props to Tameka for recognizing her unladylike behavior and removing it from the web.