Tabitha Brown’s Show ‘It’s CompliPlated’ Moved To Weird Hour On Food Network

Oh, oh, who is bothering my girl Tabitha Brown over at Food Network? A few days ago she went on a rant on her social media platforms and even on TikTok stating that if you do not like her personality or authentic self, you don’t have to work with her! I have never heard this positive human being and lovely lady get out of character EVER, so somebody done pissed Tab off! She was also recently at a luncheon here in ATL and I had my photographer go and get a few snaps and she was in such good spirits and inviting to EVERYONE! More inside….

Now I see on Food Networks website, they have changed Tabithas new reality food series, “It’s CompliPlated” from Thursday nights, which is prime time, to Tuesday afternoon! They are setting her up for failure and they know good and well everybody is at work during that time, so that was definitely intentional, smh! The 43-year-old actress/comedian and entrepreneur was quoted as saying on her TikTok….

“I know I’ve said this so many times before, but, for whatever reason, people just don’t seem to believe me, okay? There is not a company, there is not a network, there is not a person, place, or thing, that is going to change who I am. If you don’t like Tab–as this Tab–if you don’t like the Tab who gives God glory, if you don’t like the vegan Tab, if you don’t like the cooking Tab, the mama Tab, if you don’t like my personality–if you don’t like everything that makes Tab, Tab, don’t work with me.”

It’s CompliPlated is a hilarious new cooking show that has determined chefs attempting to please the most particular panel of eaters with the same plate of food. Hosted by New York Times bestselling-author, actress, vegan foodie and inaugural Food Network Hot List designee, Tabitha Brown, this series is for all the home cooks out there who are looking for ways to make the delicious dishes we all love, while accommodating all the different diets, food allergies and tastes in their household. Chopped judge and Tournament of Champions II winner, Maneet Chauhan, joins the action each week as the competing chefs pull out all the stops to see who can make the best, universal meal for their complicated, picky preferences and walk away with $10,000!

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