1,000Lb. Sisters fans slam Tammy Slaton's 'fake' relationship with boyfriend Phillip before their shocking split

1,000LB. Sisters fans slammed star Tammy Slaton’s “fake” relationship with her boyfriend Phillip before their shocking split.

Tammy, 35, confirmed she broke up with the “BBW King” during Monday’s episode of the TLC show.

Before the TV personality confirmed she broke up with her controversial boyfriends, fans took to Twitter to slam their relationship as “fake.”

During a therapy session, Tammy admitted she only cares about how her “boyfriend” views her and blocks out her haters.

Many fans shared their suspicions that the relationship was never mutual, as one person accused Phillip of only “using her for the platform.”

Later in the 1,000Lb. Sisters episode, Tammy revealed to her sister Amy, 34, that she broke up with Phillip.

Similar backlash continued, as some fans claimed Phillip was the person to initiate the breakup.

One person wrote: “Tammy knows she didn’t break up with Phillip. He moved on to a more mobile BBW.”

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Another viewer claimed their romance was never real, writing: "Phillip and Tammy were never in a real relationship."

Others insisted that Tammy focus on herself following the breakup.

One person wrote: “Worry about yourself not getting theses stupid boyfriends.”

Another added: "Well congratulations Tammy you finally came to your senses to break up Phil no distractions work on your weight loss leave the BBW King alone."

A third chimed in: "She broke up with dude! The best thing she's done for herself!"

An additional person wrote: “If tammy put more focus into her weight loss other than a man she’ll be where she wanna be she worried bout the wrong damn things you might not be here these men will be.”


Tammy revealed the split while working out with Amy.

"We broke up," Tammy shared. "I guess you could say I did it, cause I was tired of fighting with him and he said my insecurities were my problem.

"And, like, at the beginning of the relationship I told him, I was like, can you promise you'll help me through my insecurities. He said it got to be too much."

Amy tried to look at the positive side of things and responded: "Him saying you're insecure and stuff, maybe that needs to be the motivation to be, like, getting your inner demons worked on."

"I got an inner demon?" Tammy asked, clearly confused.

"Yeah, your inner food addiction, and your insecurities," Amy said, as she urged Tammy to lose weight before her next visit to her bariatric surgeon, Dr. Eric Smith.

During a confessional, Tammy opened up more about the breakup: "I'm very quick to trust, and that's one of my downfalls. So in the long run, I do end up getting hurt real hard, real bad."

Amy also shared her thoughts in a separate interview: "Tammy told me she broke up with Phil, and I'm like, about damn time.

"Now you need to work on yourself. Tammy don't need somebody that wants her to be a glutton."

Amy added: I'm hoping with the whole breakup, it don't deter Tammy away from her weight loss, because she needs to lose this 25 lbs. The doctor gave her a goal."


Tammy revealed the split following numerous fights about the relationship with her family.

The drama erupted after Tammy's family learned that Phillip is known on social media as the BBW (Big Beautiful Women) King.

On his Instagram page, Phillip makes no secret about his love for heavy women, declaring "the bigger the better" and explaining he is after women over 300lb, or above a clothing size 24.

Tammy said during a previous episode: "So he likes big girls. He's just a supporter. And he knows very well that I'm on a weight loss journey. And he's okay with it.

"He's all for me losing weight and getting healthier."

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