'I'm So Humiliated!' Tamar Braxton Sobs Over Getting Fired From 'The Real'

Jun. 2 2016, Updated 10:43 p.m. ET

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Tamar Braxton was "humiliated" when she was fired from The Real — and cameras caught every moment of her heartbreak for Braxton Family Values!

Dumped via phone, Tamar was told by her husband that the production company "fired" her because she "didn't get along" with the other women on the show, according to a new preview clip obtained by RadarOnline.com.

In the sneak peek of the WETV show airing June 2, Tamar tells her sister Toni Braxton about the devastating call.

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"I really really love my position at The Real," she says in the clip. "It was really more about me being myself and expressing my life stories and what I've been through in with a bunch of ladies who I loved and really truly genuinely respected."

When Toni tells her that she is "stunned" by the news and "there's got to be more," Tamar begins to get emotional.

"People think I don't get along with my friends? Or are they my friends? I don't know. And I don't get along with production? I am stunned."

Then Tamar starts openly sobbing to her sister: "I just don't know what I did wrong. We haven't even been shooting. We've been finished shooting for a month."

"I'm so humiliated," she cries. "I don't know what to do. I know everybody is going to think it is something I did. She's this way, she got a big mouth. I don't know. It's just not right. I don't understand."

Trying to make sense of the situation, Tamar is seen bawling as she tells her sister, "I could probably understand more if I knew what I did but I don't know what I did."

Braxton Family Values airs Thursday, June 2 at 9pm ET/PT on WETV.

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