When Tamar Braxton leaves from a situation, she stays ghost. The ladies from The Real haven’t heard from the R&B superstar since her controversial exit from the daytime talkie in May.

The Real co-host Loni Love told New York Post’s Page Six that none of the women have spoken to heard since the 39-year-old singer's departure.

“I have not spoken with her," she said. "None of the girls have spoken to her - we’ve reached out, but we haven’t heard from her. People just want time. You can’t badger them or make them talk, it’s understandable.”

Or maybe Tamar is just throwing permanent shade at the ladies, but we digress.

However, The Real co-hosts better watch their backs because Tamar is launching her own daytime talk show with producer Steve Harvey. There's no word on what the show will detail but her television deal with Harvey also includes hosting a game show as well.

"We think she would make a great game show host, we think she would make a great talk show host, we think she’s in line to produce a number of series," said the veteran comedian of his new deal with Tamar.

As for The Real, there hasn't been announcement on who will replace Tamar Braxton.

“The studio is responsible, they’re making the decisions,” said Love. “It’s not a decision any of the co-hosts can make. [The producers] are weighing their options...I’m pretty sure that come August they’ll have a better idea."