1000-Lb. Sisters star Tammy Slaton is very popular, but it seems that her popularity on Cameo is dropping. Several of her fans who asked her to make videos for them from the website were unhappy and disappointed because she didn't know how to hold a camera and make a nice message.
1000-lb Sisters Tammy Slaton Doesn't Satisfy Several Fans On Cameo
Many celebrities have joined Cameo, a popular video-sharing website that allows fans to purchase short videos from their favorite celebrities. Many use Cameo to request birthday messages, anniversary messages, or to mark any special occasion.
However, Tammy is one of the least reliable celebrities on the platform, Screen Rant reported. Although she has been active on Cameo for several years already and has a 4.2-star rating with over 70 reviews, many of them were unhappy with her service in the comment section.
Several netizens rated her with one star. One said it was "absolutely terrible" because she only said a single word in the thing the customer requested and then said, "I don't know what to say." Tammy ended the video after 20 seconds.
"A complete rip-off," the netizen said.
"That was the worst 35 dollars I've ever spent. She literally said she didn't know what to say," another online user said.
A different client said Tammy's Cameo was only worth $5 because she didn't mention anything in the request and didn't even mention who it was from. The netizen also pointed out Tammy saying, "I don't know what to say," and how poor quality her videos were.
"Please teach her how to hold a camera!!!" the netizen wrote.
"Extremely low effort, the video was so dark you could hardly see her face," a different user said. The client commended Tammy for saying his girlfriend's name but said it was "cheap."
"Very dark, couldn't see and didn't say what I wanted," another added.
Although many were disappointed, some of Tammy's clients were also happy. Many of them gave her five stars, and they were thankful for her videos for their loved ones.
1000-lb Sisters Season 3 Update
Tammy will be returning for 1000-lb Sisters Season 3. However, fans have to wait for months because in an update she made on TikTok earlier this year, she said that "Season 3 don't come out until next year," Showbiz CheatSheet reported.
According to Tammy, it takes a year for them to film because they have to find locations. For example, when they go to a grocery store, they have to find a grocery store that is "one person owned" and not like a sister or franchise like Walmart.
TLC didn't immediately renew 1000-lb Sisters. Fans started a petition on Change.org asking the network to give the reality TV series two more seasons. The petition received over 6,000 signatures, and the network eventually decided to renew it.
"Tammy and Amy Slaton have captivated us with their fun-loving personalities, heartfelt challenges, and uplifting victories," Alon Orstein, SVP Production and Development at TLC said, according to Deadline. "We admire their genuine, evolving journeys and we are rooting for them as they pursue paths toward healthier lifestyles."
Stay tuned and we will keep you updated about Amy and Tammy Slaton as you wait for 1000-lb Sisters Season 3!