Braxton Family Values is like any other reality show on television — it can be the make or break between all sorts of relationships whether it’s romantic or otherwise. Tamar Braxton has often spoken out by saying that the series ruined her family.
It was already unknown if the show would return for another season before, but the fate of the program seems even rockier due to Tamar’s recent mental health crisis.
After filming her spin-off show that has been pushed back, she allegedly attempted to take her life. In a frantic 911 call, her boyfriend David Odefeso explained that she had been having problems with the network for quite some time.
There was talk that both Tamar and David became upset with how her relationship was portrayed on the extended trailer.
Although you would think that WE TV would scrap the series altogether, they are premiering the first episode this Thursday. Many assume that the show has been edited over.
According to reports, Tamar is free of her contract and does not have to work with the network anymore. So, with all the events that have unfolded, what does this mean for Braxton Family Values?
Toni Braxton was recently on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show where she explained: ‘My sister Tamar had a little situation, but it’s not my business to tell her business. But I can say that our family is doing so much better, we’re in a healthier place. And, I have to tell people that mental illness is not a joke. If anybody in your family is sad, you need to listen to them. It’s not always drama, sometimes is just sadness.’
The songstress revealed that their priority is with Tamar’s situation. However, before the emergency — they were filming during quarantine.
‘We were filming, even during the pandemic we’ve been filming. We came up with a clever idea and it’s been working out very well.’
Hopefully, Tamar is putting her mental health first and feeling the love from her family.