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Tamron Hall And Other Black Journalists Don’t Owe Celebrities Access Without Accountability

by Black America Web

The Tamron Hall Show is one of the most sought-after platforms in television today because it can take a celebrity one step closer from a niche personality to a household name. 

Entrepreneurs, authors, artists, and activists visit the show to promote their products, services, events, and professional expertise. In exchange for access to the show’s platform, hosted by Emmy Award-winning journalist Tamron Hall, they subject themselves to being interviewed by her in a public forum. 

The Real Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen and former The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Guobadia, known more commonly as Porsha Williams, expressed displeasure with Hall’s lines of questioning recently. 

Pippen, who appeared on an episode of the show that aired February 28, accused Hall of being “negative” by asking follow-up questions regarding her relationship with Marcus Jordan during a break.

Williams, who identified herself as a journalist in 2017, claimed she did “feel supported” during her 2021 appearance on the show during a stint as a guest host on The Breakfast Club. She also dubbed Hall’s show a “hidden mess” and said the former NBC reporter was “trying to look like a journalist.” 

The reality stars and entrepreneurs did not take issue with being asked questions on the show. They took issue with being asked questions they disapproved of. 

Guests on the Tamron Hall Show are frequently in the news before they get there. Sometimes they make headlines for things perceived negatively, but they still appear. Prominent figures claim to hate clickbait and provocative inquiries. Still, they never seem to hate them enough to miss an opportunity to push whatever they are selling to someone who might only know them as that person from that thing their friend made them watch that one time. They hate on the blogs from the iOS press releases in their Instagram…

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