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Loni Love Claps Back At Critics On Social Media After Defending Jordyn Woods & Michael Jackson On ‘The Real’

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Mar. 6 2019, Published 2:27 p.m. ET

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Loni Love faced backlash from critics after defending Jordyn Woods and expressing her criticisms of the Leaving Neverland documentary about Michael Jackson’s alleged sexual abuse on The Real. Now, after fighting with co-hosts Adrienne BailonJeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry, she is standing up for herself on social media!

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Loni, 47, tweeted on March 5, “I’m never angry… I’m passionate.”

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She continued, “Some need to deal with a dark skin plus size woman loving and wanting to do my part to change society for the better.”

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During the heated debate on March 4, Loni told her co-hosts, “Y’all vilifying this girl when she is getting death threats.” As OK! readers know, Jordyn, 21, went on the Red Table Talk on March 1 to tell her part in the Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian cheating scandal.

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Loni yelled at her co-hosts, “Y’all got me hot!”

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She also expressed on the March 5 episode of The Real her defense of the “Thriller” singer. “Michael was LOVING. He wanted to include people,” Loni said. The opinion wasn’t popular especially with Jeannie who opened up about sexual assault she endured as a child.

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What do you think about Loni’s clap back on social media? Sound off in the comments below!

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