(AllHipHop News) DMX's wife Tashera Simmons has weighed in on the cancellation of her reality show "Starter Wives Confidential," which was recently canceled from the TLC network's lineup of programming.
Tashera Simmons was one of the ex-wives/girlfriends featured on the show, which also included ex-girlfriends/wives of Floyd Mayweather Jr., Lamar Odom and rapper 50 Cent.
While 50 Cent has claimed in reports that he had a hand in "Starter Wives Confidential's" cancellation, TLC recently issued a statement after the show was axed, blaming bad ratings as the reason the plug pulled was pulled.
In a statement released today (February 21), Tashera Simmons lashed out, claiming the show was canceled due to "many inflated egos."
"I am no stranger to television and what just happened was unheard of and completely unorthodox," Tashera Simmons told AllHipHop.com. "There were millions of dollars and a lot of hard work put into this project by the producers, staff and my costars. It's hard to believe that there are still some fundamental issues in our society about women speaking up or having a voice."
According to Tashera Simmons, "Starter Wives Confidential" was more than just a reality show – it was about a group of women "stepping out of the shadows of their ex’s and finding their way in life personally and professionally."
Tashera Simmons took an obvious shot at rapper 50 Cent, claiming that a double standard existed in the entertainment industry.
"It's okay for rappers to get on television and tell their story about how many times do were shot or how they were heavily in the drug game, but it's not okay for women to share their story about their life experiences," Tashera Simmons said.
Tashera Simmons is working on her memoir titled "Finding Tashera," in addition to coaching her son Xavier Simmons, as he embarks upon a career in the music business.