This roller coaster season of “Braxton Family Values” may be over but Tamar Braxton isn’t done talking about what went down on the finale. The singer stopped by a radio station and spilled the beans on why she was so upset over the therapy session with Iyanla Vanzant.
Tamar spoke with Houston radio station 97.9 The Box where she explained that she didn’t know her childhood trauma of being molested by both sides of her family would even be brought up.
The most shocking part of the revelation is the fact that the “Love and War” singer claims that she never told a single soul about what happened. The family member went to Iyanla and discussed it before they started the session.
The mother of one is upset with Vanzant for not coming to her first before forcing her to talk about the experience in front of her family.
“It was never discussed. I didn’t know that anyone knew. I feel like the responsibility was on you [Vanzant] to handle that. To not mention it or not allow it to be said or have a conversation with me first, how about that. I’m mad at everybody.”
Braxton was not allowed to say Iyanla’s name during her interview because the well-known counselor is threatening to sue “BFV” for defamation of character after Tamar’s twitter rant against her.
Ultimately, the confession did not air on TV. However, before the episode did come out, the 41-year-old visited “The Wendy Williams Show” where she revealed the secret for the first time.
The relationships between the sisters are still on the rocks even though it was seemingly resolved during the final episode of the last installment.
Tamar did not reveal who the person was that told Iyanla about the sexual abuse but fans have taken to social media to guess that it may have been Traci.
The musician has already confirmed that she will not be back for the next season of the show. Tamar is currently starring in a play with Snoop Dogg titled “Redemption of a Dogg.”