Brown started driving for Uber, and it was during one of her shifts in December 2017 that she stopped at Whole Foods and recorded the now-famous video that launched her wildly successful career as a vegan endorser.
Tabitha Brown, an innovator and actress, decided to share a message of hope after the Food Network’s primetime lineup removed her contest culinary series It’s CompliPlated.
Brown didn’t explicitly name the network during her soothing speech about being her authentic self in a video posted across her social media accounts.
“I know I’ve said it a million times, but for some reason, folks just don’t seem to start believing me, okay?” she began. “There is no corporation, no system, no person, place, or thing that will change who I am.” “Because I am not changing.” I’m not going to change anything for your viewer. I’m not going to be speaking any differently for your sake.”
Although she did not explicitly mention the Food Network, the host disclosed It’s CompliPlated was moved from a prestigious primetime slot on Thursdays at 9 p.m. to Tuesdays at 1 p.m. in the caption on Instagram. Episodes have always been available for viewing on Discovery+ and will continue to be so.
It’s CompliPlated, the Food Network’s first plant-based cooking competition series, premiered in June. Chefs are required to complete 3 kinds of dishes at all under the conditions. It made its debut on August 11th.
“Becoming vegan changed my life and the way I cook – and I know people could relate to the daily difficulty of feeding the whole parents happy with one meal,” Tabitha Brown explained in a statement at the time. “These chefs cook from the heart, and their food is incredible – viewers will have a lot of fun and be inspired for their next family dinner.”
VIBE has managed to reach out to Discovery+ and Food Network for comment on Brown’s It’s CompliPlated time shift official word.