Lahren's program on the conservative network, "Tomi," will not be in production for at least a week beginning Monday, according to The Daily Caller who was first to report the news.
A spokesperson for Lahren and TheBlaze have not yet returned TooFab's request for comment.
The 24 year old host came under fire after she said she was "pro-choice" during a panel discussion on the ABC talk show. Lahren essentially called anti-abortion conservatives a bunch of hypocrites, sparking backlash from the very base that watches her program.
"I try to hire people who have a different opinion. I don't want straw men. The Blaze cannot be about me, me, me, me. It's no secret that Tomi and I don't agree on quite a lot, but that is about personalities."
Beck later inferred that Lahren likely took an opportunistic leap on what the internet has called her flip-flop on abortion policies.
Of the report from The Daily Caller saying Lahren is leaving The Blaze, Beck said: "That's not appropriate to be discussed on the radio. That's in the privacy of the office of The Blaze."
"Lahren's inflammatory, oftentimes angry style has placed her increasingly at odds with coworkers at The Blaze," and that it's "a situation that's worsened after she called pro-life conservatives hypocrites," reporter Peter Hasson wrote.
"The chances of her being brought back [in September] were pretty near zero before yesterday," a source told the Caller. The Caller reported that Lahren's chances of returning to The Blaze are "up in the air," and added that she is likely "talking to other people who might be willing to buy out her last six months."
Beck took Lahren to task in a tweet early Monday morning, mocking the host for saying she has "moderate, conservative, and libertarian views."