LOS ANGELES — Tamar Braxton is thanking her boyfriend “saving my life” following her hospitalization a month.
Braxton posted a long message on societal media Saturday that paid tribute to David Adefeso being her”angel in the world.” She said she’s thankful for Adefeso who discovered her”dead” in their house, saying it”could not have been easy” because of him.
The R&B singer didn’t provide specifics regarding her hospitalization. Police simply confirmed they reacted to a medical crisis July 16 in the downtown Los Angeles high rise she calls home.
“During this whole time, you’ve held my hands, heard my shouts, held me once I have been feeble. You’ve had my ENTIRE back‼” she explained in this article.
Braxton, 43, shared with the article together with an older movie of the few talking about becoming engaged. She called Adefeso along with her 7-year-old son Logan, whom she shares former husband Vincent Herbert, a priority.
“Although I had been stated yes in this older movie… now and I could not imagine what life could be like if you were not by my side,” she wrote. “Thank God I am here and thank God for you.”
Adefeso responded to Braxton’s post using a brief message.
“I adore you. You adore me.
Although Tamar Braxton released her debut album in 2000, she dashed pop culture when she along with her sisters, such as Grammy-winning celebrity Toni Braxton, started their reality show”Braxton Family Values” on WEtv at 2011.
The show helped propel her music career. She’d the R&B hit”Love & War” shortly after and even got three Grammy nominations for her songs, two to get the tune and await the record of the identical title.
The success resulted in a WEtv spinoff”Tamar & Vince” together with her afterward husband-manager Vincent Herbert, a music executive who played a part in Lady Gaga’s profession. She filed for divorce in Herbert in 2017.
By 2013 to 2016, Tamar Braxton was one of those co-hosts of the daytime talk show”The Actual,” bringing two Daytime Emmy nominations along with the other hosts for excellent entertainment talk show host. She collaborated on”Dancing with the Stars” throughout her day TV stint.
Her 2015 record,” Calling All Lovers,” assisted her to nab a fourth Grammy nomination, and her final album was 2017’s”Bluebird of Happiness.”
Her WEtv reality show called”Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!” Was anticipated to premiere a week, but was postponed to Sept. 10.