Toni Braxton has confessed that she has gone too far and spilled too many secrets about her life and she regrets that.
Tamar Braxton’s older sister did an interview back in the fall of 2018 on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk where she slammed her ex-husband, Mint Condition singer Keri Lewis.
Toni went after Keri because she had to make alimony payments to him. The living legend said at the time: “Yes. I had to pay alimony. I was one of those girls. It’s me; it’s Britney [Spears], it’s Halle [Berry], Mary [J. Blige] is allegedly. I was very, very angry about that. But it was because we had an existing prenup and post-nup. I wanted to renege; I’m going to be honest.”
This week, Toni appeared on Sister Circle where she confessed that she regrets humiliating the father of her two children.
Toni explained: “I think that sometimes when you talk about your personal life you probably shouldn’t if you’re an entertainer. It opens yourself up to have so many opinions and thoughts. Even though you’re on a talk show and you’re telling a little bit of your secrets or your life, no one knows the entire story. So they’re kind of judging you based on whatever they come up with.”
After Toni made her surprising confession, Keri was quick to defend himself in a post that read: “Let me start by saying that I really loved Toni … In addition, when she became ill, I did everything I could to take care of her. To give insight to the alimony payments, Toni’s attorney’s suggested she have a prenuptial agreement put in place prior to our wedding, and they drafted one as they saw fit.”
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He added: “Because of my love for her and bea ing optimistic of marriage lasting forever; I didn’t feel the need to have an attorney, as I wasn’t going to contest anything in the prenup. Fast-forward to 2012 after separating, I moved out, and at some point later, Toni mentioned to me that the payments set in the prenup would start being deposited into my account. I received alimony for around three years between 2012 and 2014.”
Toni seems wiser now after all the drama.