David Adefeso seems to be ready to make it official with Tamar Braxton. The businessman took to social media where he posted a few stunning photos of Tamar in a gorgeous Ankara dress that made her look like an African princess.
Tamar and her millionaire beau attended the Afro Ball looking like they are ready to walk down the aisle.
And David hinted that a big announcement might be coming soon because he used the captions to say that he is ready for his queen to meet his mother.
David wrote: “More of date night at #afroball2019…now who wouldn’t wanna take this whole African Queen snack @tamarbraxton to meet your mama #shesakeeper!🔥🔥🔥🔥❤️❤️❤️❤️💑💑”
He added: “Date night with my African Queen is always amazing @tamarbraxton ❤️❤️💑💑🔥🔥. Thanks, @amplifyafrica, for an amazing ball🔥🔥🔥🔥 #Afroball2019.”
One fan said: “Yasss sis! Push through in that Ankara piece. Thank you so much for picking her up and making her love again, making her happy. I love to see her glow like this! Tamar, you need to try you some Egusi soup, okra soup, and ogbono… let David chose the hard food if u haven’t already… I love that your enjoying this Naija culture woohoo the food will have you littyyyy and doing real rejoicing.🔥❤️👏🏽🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬”
Another commenter stated: “Oh, wow… Looking like an African goddess in that. Perfection itself! 👸🏾 🔥💯You are so happy, and it shows❤💞. So glad you are in a happy and healthy relationship. It’s all fun and games until you eating FuFu. 😝”
This happy supporter wrote: “Guuuurl you haven’t partied until you’ve partied with our 🇳🇬 Nigerian brothers and sisters ……Have fun!!! This African dress suits you soo well. Enjoy your soirée and please wear more of that style😍😍🔥🔥🔥I know we talk about liking her in black and/or dark hair, but this BLONDE IS IT. She looks tf good. I know how people treat us bad here in America when they hear our accent, they treat us like we are nothing, thank you for this 😢👏💚 I love you 🇳🇬.”
This critic wants to Tamar to say Nigerian when talking about David instead of African: “Can we specify…Africa is a huge continent, 2nd biggest in the world, and it can’t be an ‘African’ event that’ll be impossible; it’s a Nigerian event. We don’t say we are going to a North American event we say a Los Angeles event or Chicago, please specify thanks.”
Tamar seems eager to learn more about David’s culture.