Tamron Hall Is Done With NBC News

February 1, 2017 / Posted by:

Well, at least we’ll always have Tamron Hall’s riveting performance as Vivian Ward in Today’s revival of the “It’s Veeeery Expensive” scene from Pretty Woman.

Tamron Hall no longer has to worry about breathing through her mouth so she doesn’t inhale Matt Lauer’s smug douche fumes while hosting next to him on Today. Because she has decided not to renew her contract with NBC News and MSNBC.

Tamron was a co-host on Today and also had her own show on MSNBC. When The Peacock lured Fox News’ former sweetheart Megyn Kelly, it was reported that NBC News is giving her one full hour of Today to host by herself. Tamron hosted the 9’clock hour with Al Roker, and NBC cut that hour to make way for Megyn. People says that NBC News offered Tamron a multi-million dollar deal to stay, but she farted on that deal and chose to get the hell out of there. Tamron’s last day on Today and MSNBC was yesterday. She released this statement:

The last 10 years have been beyond anything I could have imagined, and I’m grateful. I’m also very excited about the next chapter. To all my great colleagues, I will miss you and I will be rooting for all of you except for the backstabbing trash devil executives and that show wrecking trick demon Megyn Kelly!”

I may or may not have made up that last part.

A few days ago, Page Six burped up a rumor about how NBC is trying to become the new Fox News and that’s why they snatched Megyn Kelly up so fast. So, maybe Tamron Hall knew that and busted out of that bitch before they made her permanently dye her hair blond, bleach her skin and rant about how Santa Claus is white, goddammit!

Pic: Wenn.com

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