Tamar Braxton The Real drama
Tamar Braxton is supposedly going to announce something “big” next week. Pictured: Braxton at the “A Time to Laugh” comedy show in Dallas on Aug. 20, 2015. Getty Images

Tamar Braxton has kept quiet on social media since ranting about someone she trusted stabbing her in the back and reports she was fired from “The Real,” but the singer and TV personality is said to be getting ready to make a big announcement. It’s not clear what Braxton plans on telling her fans, but a new report states the announcement will happen soon.

According to Hip Hollywood, a source close to the “Love and War” singer said “something big is coming” and all will be revealed next week. There have been rumors that Braxton could be getting her own talk show, but those reports have not been confirmed.

This has been a pretty emotional week for Braxton. As previously reported, the 39-year-old mother of one posted on Instagram Saturday that a person she “stupidly trusted” had stabbed her in the back. On Sunday, reports surfaced she was being fired from “The Real,” and the show confirmed she was leaving in a statement on Monday.

Ever since all the drama erupted, Braxton has stayed off social media. However, rumors surrounding her departure from the daytime talk show continue to run rampant with the most recent report suggesting that Rachel Miskowiec, the executive producer of “The Real,” conspired to have her booted from the show.

According to Bossip, Miskowiec is the person Braxton was ranting about in her Instagram post. Sources told the outlet that when Miskowiec joined the show in Season 2 she made it clear to Braxton and her other co-hosts — Tamera Mowry-Housley, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love and Adrienne Bailon — that they could be easily replaced. “She feels that all the hosts are pretty dispensable,” the source said. “Part of this is trying to show a message that they are dispensable. She wants to basically keep them on their toes.”

The source added: “Rachel felt deeply threatened by all the hosts immediately after she started, she deliberately kept them in the dark on all key decisions on the show.”