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Fresh Prince Actress Slams Cast, 'I Have No Interest In Seeing Any Of These People'

Despite the smiling faces on the cast of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in their reunion photo, there was one cast member who is really not impressed.

Janet Hubert played Aunt Vivian for the first three seasons was absent from the photo, not surprising to many because she has been very vocal about her feelings towards the cast. Ever since she left the show there has been bad blood between her and the cast, especially Will Smith.

After Alfonso Ribeiro and Will Smith posted photos from their mini reunion, Hubert took to her Facebook page to address the questions fans keep asking her.

She said "I know the media hoe Alphonso Ribeiro has posted his so called reunion photo. Folks keep telling me about it. He was always the a-wipe for Will. There will never be a true reunion of Fresh Prince. I have no interest in seeing any of these people on that kind of level."

She continued by saying that "I am not offended in the least, by this photo...it was an even for Karen's charity. It does however prompt me to take some meeting in Hollywood to pitch my memoir PERFECTION IS NOT A SITCOM MOM, and tell the behind the scenes story before I leave this earth."

Ribeiro has said in the past that they aren't legally supposed to talk about what happened between Hubert and the cast, but the fact that she is still so upset at them is interesting.

She posted more about him on her Facebook, with a video from TMZ.

What do you think happened between the cast members?

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