*Tamar Braxton’s family is said to be giving her boyfriend David Adefeso the side-eye for mentioning her beef with WEtv during the 9-1-1 call he made after she allegedly attempted suicide.
Braxton reportedly sent an email to her WEtv bosses accusing them of destroying her family and making her “suicidal.”
The letter was sent weeks before her alleged suicide attempt last Thursday, Page Six reports.
“I am a slave. I do not own my life. My stories. My pictures. My thoughts or beliefs,” Tamar reportedly wrote. “I’ve asked my massa to free me. I’m threatened and punished for it. The only way I see out is death. I will choose that before I continue to love (sic) like this. Please help me (praying hands emoji),” she continued.
According to heavy.com, during the 911 call, David is heard saying, “she’s been drinking and she’s on medication for depression.”
He continued, “She was very angry earlier on. She’s had trouble with the network, the company she’s working with, and they did something today.”
David is reportedly heard crying and saying, “F**king network.”
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Praying for Tamar Braxton. Mental Health has got to be a part of our “wokeness”. There is strength in vulnerability. You matter Miss Tamar Braxton. Praying for you, your beautiful son and family. ❤❤?????? https://t.co/Mrh3vNB4C7
— Viola Davis (@violadavis) July 17, 2020
Now, the Braxton Family is allegedly pissed that he mentioned Tamar’s frustration with the network during the 9-1-1 call.
Sources connected to the Braxton family tell TMZ … Tamar’s boyfriend, David Adefeso, had seen the pilot episode and promo late last week for her new reality show, ‘Get Ya Life!’ … and he was very unhappy.
We’re told David got angry about the show’s content, and how he was portrayed in it — and his reaction, in turn, made Tamar upset. Our sources say Tamar’s relatives find it strange David was discussing details of her alleged network beef while she was desperately in need of medical attention. We’re told the family believes it’s further proof David was the one who really had issues with the show’s editorial choices.
Sources also shared with the outlet that Tamar’s mood is triggered by David is feeling. They claim “he’s very involved in her business decisions.”
The TMZ article states: “As for David’s portrayal in the pilot, someone who’s seen the episode tells us David, at times, comes off as demanding and controlling. In the episode, we’re told Tamar decides to go on a spiritual healing journey, which includes no sex for 45 days, something that really upsets David.”
Tamar’s new WEtv series “Get Ya Life” is set to premiere July 30th at 10/9c.
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