Amanda Seales has called out The Real after the show opted not to include her in the promo for the farewell episode, which aired on June 3.
The comedian and Insecure actress uploaded a video with her reaction to the snub on Instagram Sunday.
“So apparently The Real in their finale episode, did a promo, and I am not featured in this thumbnail and apparently I am not featured in the farewell episode apparently,” she said.
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“I’ll have some things to say about that,” she continued with a smirk.
“Oh child, I must really be out here just shaking the table,” Seales said at the end of the video. She simply captioned the post: “Rude.”
The Real’s farewell montage started with the daytime talk show’s original hosts — Jeannie Mai, Loni Love, Tamar Braxton, Adrienne Bailon and Tamera Mowry-Housley introducing themselves on camera when the program first aired in 2013. The montage also featured its newest co-host Garcelle Beauvais, but there was no mention of Seales.
Seales briefly appeared as a permanent co-host on the daytime talk show after Braxton left.
Seales only hosted for six months. At the time, she said she left the series because “Black voices” were being disrespected behind the scenes.
The Real was on the air for eight seasons before it was canceled.
As of Monday, show producers had not commented publicly on Seales’ remarks.
Watch the video from Amanda Seales above.