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Tabitha Brown continues to speak the truth.
during the performance Talk On Monday, the Vegan Food star opened up about her 20-year marriage to husband Chance and why she’s been so transparent about their lives on her YouTube show. friday with tabs and chances, is very important.
when asked by Talk Co-host Akbar Gbaja-Biamila said it was a pleasure to work with her on the YouTube series she filmed with her husband and how open she is with her audience. .
“My husband and I have been together for 25 years and have been married for 20 years this year,” Brown shared, cheering from the host’s panel.
“He’s my best friend,” she continued. friday with tabs and chances Being with him is just a bonus for me. ”
Brown then spoke about how she feels it’s her responsibility to be open and honest about her marriage, as she has millions of followers across the platform.
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“We decided that if we were going to do this, we had to tell the truth,” she said. But we have to tell people that it’s not all true.”
She added: , I must tell the truth. ”
Luckily, being candid comes naturally to Brown.
In August 2022, the celebrity chef, known for his uplifting videos on TikTok, shared a candid message on Instagram following his Food Network series. It’s CompliPlatedhas been moved from the golden-time slot.
“I know I’ve said it many times before, but for some reason people just don’t seem to believe me. ‘There’s no company, no network, no people, no place, no things trying to change me.'”
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Brown concluded his message by standing up for himself and his beliefs.
“If that’s not enough for you, you’re not for me. And if I get your attention, ‘Wait, I don’t like how this feels; I feel like you’re trying to change me or erase my personality and culture.” I don’t want to trade.
She didn’t directly mention Food Network in her post, but she praised those who understood her vision.
“Thank you to all the partners I work with. Thank you so much for looking at me. To those who don’t look at me and look at me only for their benefit, I want to thank you.” See you!” she wrote.