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‘Cancel Honey Boo Boo!’ Fans Demand TLC Take Show Off The Air After Series Star’s Bratty Behavior Revealed In Shocking Report

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Jun. 20 2014, Published 6:54 a.m. ET

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Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star Alana Thompson famously said she'll "holla for a dolla,” but after the eight-year-old reportedly acted like a “monster” during a recent TV appearance, RadarOnline.com has learned that it’s fans who are making their voices heard — and demanding TLC cancel the show!

As Radar has reported, Thompson allegedly shocked the audience during a taping of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Wednesday night, when she “struck” her mother, Mama June, and exhibited other out of control behavior.

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After the show aired, and a report of the behind-the-scenes drama made the rounds on Thursday, disgusted fans aired their discontent online.

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“Just watched #honeybooboo on @jimmyfallon, the child is so rude,” @Bigcityskatepar wrote. “Felt sorry for Jimmy. Did a good job keeping his cool. #cancelhoneybooboo”

User @MissPattyA wrote, “@HoneyBooBoo needs to be taken off the air, world’s dumbest show!”

User @Aaliyah_R agreed, “#honeybooboo should be taken off the air…”

And @fozzey12 wrote, “@HoneyBooBoo @TLC … This stupid show needs to be CANCELLED!”

This isn’t the first time that fans have spoken out against the series. There are several Facebook groups founded long before the Fallon controversy calling for the series’ cancellation, and there was even a Change.org petition demanding TLC “stop the airing of this show” back in 2012.

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