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Toni Braxton goes pubic with new beau and Tamar Braxton sued by Warner Bros.

So I got some news today about the Braxton sisters. It's a lot of news and I want to keep it as short as possible. I'll start with Toni Braxton first who brought out Birdman at her concert last night. There had been rumors of Toni and Birdman dating and her bringing him out last night seemed to confirm those rumors. If that wasn't enough, Toni warned everyone to "put some respeck on his name". If you didn't know that's the famous quote from Birdman during his 2 minute interview with "The Breakfast Club", a radio show based out of New York(in case you didn't know). Tamar Braxton is still feeling the heat after her exit from "The Real". Warner Bros. is threatening to sue or have already began legal proceedings against WeTV and Tamar and Vince Herbert; Tamar's husband. Warner Bros. alleges that Tamar faked scenes on her reality TV show, "Braxton Family Values" when news spread that she got fired. Immediately after news spread that Tamar got fired, WeTV aired a promotional teaser episode which aired this past Thursday promoting Tamar's reaction to finding out the news of her firing. Warner cried foul because they claim that however Tamar told the story, it didn't exactly go down like that. On top of that "Braxton Family Values" is a previously recorded show that's usually in post production(done filming) once it airs on TV. So to capitalize on the news, WeTV put together a scene of Tamar crying about being fired. This is too much to keep up with if you ask me. I will have more updates as they become available. Thanks for reading! :)
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