After unleashing a plague of Biblical proportions complete with frogs, hail, darkness and locusts on Uncle Wendell at the top of the week, the fair assumption that Lil Kim would do everything within her power to insure that her face was on its best behavior for all future public appearances doesn’t sound at all far fetched. Hit her up on Twitter to ask about how that is working out.
More pictures from the ‘Braxton Family Values’ Season 3 premiere party inside.
Holy photoshop, Batman! For reality television fans in search of a snack to ease hunger pains for drama while Stevie J completes routine maintenance on his bus, we hear The Braxtons are giving away free granola samples!
According to family spokeswoman Tamar, the season is dubbed ‘Braxton Family Values 2.5′ because it is “season two amped up to the max.” In other words, a bunch of yelling and shit.
Below, watch members from America’s first family of shiny synthetic hair chop it up with Singersroom about music, their individual endeavors, why Tamar probably won’t use a surrogate mother after all, and more.
Trina Braxton Touches Down At The Essence Music Festival
If Tamar Braxton looks like the next contestant on Who Wants To Marry Bishop Thomas Weeks its for good reason. She was in our Father’s house. Shake your tambourine and get yourself a whistle! In his holy name, of course.
The booming Braxton sister put her best Holy Ghost praise dance foot forward at the red carpet screening of TV Land’s scripted comedy ‘The Soul Man’ at First AME Church in Los Angeles on Sunday (August 26). Which explains why her yaki looks like it wants to share a testimony with the congregation about club nights in Atlanta with Tiny and Toya. Halleloo!
Watch a clip of Tamar and sister Trina Braxton put their acting skills (or lack thereof is you’re shady) on display in a clips from the show after the jump!
More Belve Please! Tamar And Vince Attend The Belvedere Red Pre-Grammys Party
“Marriage is not a priority for me. I’m not saying I’ll never do it. It’s just not where we are as a family . . . I’ll be at home with my man, having a perfectly loving time, and I’ll see all these comments on some site about how wrong I am for not being married. I don’t feel less loved or less loving because I’m not married.”
– Nia Long tells Essence magazine that she does not feel pressured to marry boyfriend Ime Udoka
Toni Braxton and sister Towanda Braxton hugged it out on red carpet of 12th Annual Lupus LA Orange Ball in Los Angeles on Thursday (May 24).
‘Braxton Family Values’ viewers watched as Toni broke the news to her family that she had the autoimmune disorder. The “Unbreak My Heart” singer was hospitalized earlier this year after experiencing a “flare-up” that caused her to miss a press event for the reality series.
Toni And Tamar Wine And Dine At Giorgio Baldi Restaurant In Santa Monica
Lupus is an autoimmune disease, which means the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. Over 90 percent of those affected by the disease are women, with African-Americans four times more likely to get Lupus than Caucasians. Lupus is America’s least known major disease, yet is more common than Cerebral Palsy, MS and Cystic Fibrosis combined and is the leading cause of stroke, heart and kidney disease among young women.
My how I love a quick read!
As observed by Brook Lynn Carter on yesterday, Vibe magazine mocked reality television queens Kandi Buruss, Tamar Braxton, Evelyn Lozada and Chrissy Lampkin on the sly by branding them as ‘Role Models’ for the cover of its annual Sexy Issue.
While many of us enjoyed the complimentary kee kee kee and tipped our hats to the magazine (whether it left a good or bad taste in your mouth, their mission in getting people talking was definitely accomplished), not everybody was laughing. Here’s a snippet from the community conversation on C+D’s Facebook profile:
“Yes. If I had a choice of being a senator or running a failing show store and running across dinner tables barefoot to attack another woman I’m obviously going for the latter. I will NEVER buy an issue of Vibe because of this.” — Marissa