Growth is a beautiful thing. Tamar Braxton has moved on from her drama from The Real, leading to a reconciliation with former co-hosts Adrienne Bailon-Houghton and Tamera Mowry-Housley. On top of that, Braxton revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she’s working on new music.
“I’ve said this before, that this is my best work yet, but this is my best Tamar yet,” Braxton said. “This is me, living in my truth. Being this newfound Tamar in a relationship with myself. I speak about those dark times and those times I needed help, and didn’t know who to reach out to.”
Braxton’s last single was “Crazy Kind of Love,” the Whitney Houston sampled track.
Braxton had been working on her friendship with Bailon-Houghton for a while, as fans peeped months ago on Instagram as well. Bailon-Houghton shared an Instagram post with her and Mowry-Housley, which Braxton commented on. Letting fans know that things were happening behind the scenes.
“I missed those girls, they were like my sisters,” Braxton explained to Entertainment Tonight. “It really did help rekindle Tamera and I’s relationship,” Braxton added speaking on time and growth.
Regarding healing her relationship with Loni Love and Jeannie Mai, Braxton said: “I hope to rekindle all of my relationships, and then we can probably do something for the public. I think personally, a lot of things have to be said and a lot of hugs that need to be had. These are really old wounds that run really deep because we really truly loved each other.”
Braxton said finding out new information helped heal the wounds, citing information that alleges WeTV is the culprit behind Braxton’s dismissal from The Real on an episode from her podcast.
“I don’t really want to get into he said, she said, they said,” Braxton said. “Forgiveness is a big part of my life. If I’m asking those to forgive me for times I was immature… I can only pass that on… even if that means that I have to reach out first. That’s fine with me.”