If you’ve been reading the latest in gossip lately, then you’ve seen the back and forth comments regarding R&B singer, Tamar Braxton’s recent filing for divorce. After being married to producer and husband, Vincent Herbert for nine years, the two are calling it quits. The couple was introduced by her sister, Toni Braxton back in 2003. The couple jumped the broom in 2008 and later had their son, Logan in 2013.
Remaining silent through it all, Tamar finally took it to Instagram to address the divorce rumors.
“I decided I didn’t want to be married for the sake of saying so. I wanted to have a relationship. Someone to share my/our dreams, our successes, our failures, our past, present & future with & not finding out shit online. Some of us have been living a LIE!” Tamar said.
Since the news broke, family members of Braxton have made comments regarding the singer’s decision to split. One of them being her mother, Evelyn Braxton. Last week, Ms. Evelyn Braxton alluded to TMZ paparazzi that Vince had physically assaulted her daughter in the past, and she was afraid he would eventually kill her.
“[I want him to] keep his hands off my child. Stop before he hurts her or kills her,” she told the photographers. “I love him, but I don’t want him to kill my child. [It’s] as simple as that — I think he needs to go and get counseling. I really and truly do, before someone gets killed.”
Because of this, new reports show that Tamar is also estranged from her own mother. According to sources, this confession reportedly didn’t sit well with Tamar and she is now refusing to film with her mother for their WEtv family reality series, Braxton Family Values.
We’re not sure what’s going to happen during the final season of Tamar & Vince, but we’re confident it will be smoking. The final season is set to premiere tonight on WeTV.
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