Tamar Braxton Like Kylie Jenner Wears Nothing In New Photo And BF David Adefeso Has A Few Thoughts On The Matter
Tamar Braxton took to social media to flaunt her stunning body and gorgeous hair, and David Adefeso is here for all of it. The mother of one decided to pose nude wearing a pair of fancy earrings, and she looked flawless.
Her boyfriend was quick to jump in the comment section to write this sweet message: "@tamarbraxton WOW! talk about beauty, brains, and style❤️❤️❤️❤️🔥❤️🔥all combined in one bundle of extreme sexiness🔥🔥🔥🔥🥰🥰!!"
Many fans confused Tamar with her sister, Toni Braxton. One compliment read: "I was confused like Toni Tamar nice lol."
Another follower stated: "Gosh you look like Toni so much in this photo, just beautiful."
David recently took to social media to speak about the unrest in South Africa by saying: "The horrifying news poured in from South Africa yesterday—5 dead, foreign-owned stores looted, hundreds injured and cities in chaos. WHY the anger and violence in Africa by Africans against Africans? This is not the world our great leaders wanted for us. Thomas Sankara, the Pan-African revolutionary, envisioned an Africa where everyone has an equal chance to achieve their dreams; Kwame Nkrumah, the father of post-colonial independence, espoused for a strong, united and prosperous Africa; and Nelson Mandela, the great Madiba, dreamed of a strong, ethnically diverse continent thriving together as one in peace! No, this is not the world those great men dreamed for us. Instead, we have turned on each other: We have fought wars against each other, ethnically cleansed each other, fostered destructive kleptocratic leaders and now turn a xenophobic eye on each other and justify the killing and mass displacement of other vulnerable African men and women! Where then is the road to peace and unity for Africa? It starts with understanding the #PRIDE, #PURPOSE, and #STRENGTH that our forefathers envisioned for us! While attending Ghana’s independence ceremony in March of 1957, Martin Luther King extolled the lessons he learned of the intense #PRIDE Africans have in their belief that all men are created equal. That day in 1957, when African Independence finally started becoming a reality, Africans were infused with a strong sense of #PURPOSE and determination to govern themselves and make our continent a better place. Four hundred years after the first Dutch slave ship landed in Jamestown, we reflect on the #STRENGTH, and resilience Africans exhibited to survive 246 years of cruel and torturous conditions and still stand tall. We need to reconnect with these ideals to understand we have the strength to rise above our differences. The great Madiba once said, “no one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate; they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite!” #OneAfricaForAll #NoToXenophobia."
It seems that Tamar has landed herself a very conscious partner.