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Tamar says she would NEVER speak negatively about her sisters!

Tamar Braxton Denies Calling Her Sisters Explicit Names

If she failed to give sister Toni Braxton her due props in the latest episode of “Braxton Family Values,” youngest sibling Tamar Braxton apologized.

Via S2S Magazine reports:

On the most recent episode, the sisters gathered for a meal to discuss some family drama, when Tamar began to disagree with Toni about how to proceed with their Braxton music project.

Tamar argued that Toni, a music veteran, doesn’t know how things work in the music business today. That’s when sister Trina Braxton interjected to make sure Tamar acknowledged Toni as the one who paved the way and opened doors for the rest of the family.

“Jesus paved the way for me,” said Tamar.

However, the Love & War artist has since taken to Twitter to clear up her comments and give Toni her credit for introducing the world to the Braxtons.

“I don’t think for a second that my sister is not TONI ThE BRAxTON I’ve said it on tv, radio to twitter things For YEARS!! However, I will NEVER give my hard work, time away from my son, my relationship with my #tamartianfriends to anyone other than To GOD!”

During her exchange with Trina, Tamar used the word “bitch,” to which Trina took offencse, and “BFV” fans weren’t too happy about that either. She was also accused of calling them names behind closed doors after Towanda, Trina and Traci surprised Tamar onstage.

“I NEVER called my sisters B**CHES or HOES!” clarified Tamar, who also apologized to her fans for entertaining the criticism.

“I want to apologize to my #tamartian friends for my actions on twitter in responding to negative comments!” she wrote.

Tamar took to her Twitter account to shut down the family feud rumors and apologize to her fans:

Do you think Tamar has been guilty of shading her sisters in the past? Hit the flip for more from the singer as she discusses BFV, her fans and family next…



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