Tamar Estine Braxton, an American musician and television personality was born on March 17, 1977.
As a founder of the R&B vocal trio The Braxtons, which she co-founded with her sisters, Braxton launched her career in 1990. In 1996, The Braxtons split up soon after releasing their newest album, So Many Times, as a trio. She used DreamWorks Records to record her debut, self-titled album in 2000. After a thirteen-year hiatus, Braxton returned with her second studio album, Love and War (2013), distributed by Epic Records and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 chart.
Her fourth and fifth studio albums, Calling All Lovers (2015) & Bluebird of Happiness (2017), were subsequently released. Braxton has taken home three Soul Train Music Awards and a BET Award throughout her career. Additionally, she has received four Grammy Award nominations.
Along with her mother and sisters, Braxton has appeared in the tv series Braxton Family Values on We TV since 2011. From 2013 to 2016, she co-hosted the Fox broadcast daytime chat show The Real, for which Tamar was nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards. She took home the title of Celebrity Big Brother’s second season in 2019.
Tamar Braxton Net Worth
Tamar Braxton has a 51 million dollar net worth in US dollars. The Braxtons’ founding partner Tamar Braxton launched her career in 1990. Along with her mother and sisters, Tamar Braxton has appeared in the reality tv show Braxton Family Values on ‘We TV’ since 2011.
Tamar Braxton resides in a lavish villa in Los Angeles that is 10,000 square feet big. With the help of a bank loan, Tamar Braxton paid a whopping $19 Million for this house.
Tamar couple spent $10.5 million in April 2013 purchasing a sizable house in Calabasas, California. The 15,016 square foot estate, situated in the Mountain View Estate gated enclave, features seven bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. In 2017, they tried to sell the mansion for $15.995 million. Price dropped to $15 million, $13.95 million, and finally, $9.25 million were made to the purchase. That amounted to a $1.25 million loss for Braxton, who just missed losing the house to foreclosure due to ongoing financial and romantic difficulties. There had been numerous public notices of the property’s mortgage default. There were at least $250,000 in arrears on the mortgage. According to reports, they also had several cars and other assets seized.
Tamar Braxton recently spent USD 590,000 on a Ferrari F8. In addition, Tamar Braxton has a Porsche Cayenne that she paid USD 260,000.
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Tamar Braxton Personal Life
Her siblings, Toni, Traci, Towanda, & Trina, and her only brother Michael, Jr., are all younger than Braxton. She disclosed that she had vitiligo on The Real show. She found out she had multiple pulmonary emboli in her lungs in November 2015, which made her have to stop working on Dancing with the Stars. Braxton revealed that she had been given an anxiety and depression diagnosis during an appearance in October 2020.
Braxton wed her first spouse, music producer Darrell “Delite” Allamby, in 2001. Allamby was a producer and composer who frequently collaborated with Lincoln “Link” Browder, Silk, Busta Rhymes, and Gerald Levert.
The two connected while Allamby was working on the songs “Money Can’t Buy Me Love” & “Once Again” for her 2000 first album. After only 2 years of marriage, Tamar filed for divorce.
Braxton met Vincent Herbert, a record executive, through her sister Toni, and they started dating in 2003.
The union began on November 27, 2008. Logan Vincent, the couple’s first kid, was born to Braxton in 2013. With “irreconcilable disagreements” as her justification, Braxton ended the relationship with Herbert in October 2017 and requested shared custody of their kid. In July 2019, their divorce became legally binding.
Tamar Braxton Early Life
On March 17, 1977, Tamar Estine Braxton was born in Severn, Maryland, to Michael & Evelyn Braxton. Braxton, the sixth child and youngest of the Braxtons, began singing from a young age. The children of Michael Braxton, the pastor of the church where they grew up, eventually joined the choir. With Arista Records, she and her sisters. Toni, Traci, Towanda, & Trina inked their first recording contract in 1989. Their debut single, “Good Life,” which was released in 1990, peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. The band’s varying ages at the moment of the single’s debut presented a marketing challenge. Arista Records subsequently dropped the Braxtons.
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