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Tamar Braxton mad at Monica and Mary J. Blige's husband wants spousal support

I got the tea.
Tamar Braxton apparently unfollowed Monica and Toya Wright on social media for appearing on "The Real". As we all know Tamar Braxton was unceremoniously fired from "The Real" and it was a really big ordeal. And it still continues to be a very big ordeal when she is doing stuff like that. Personally I don't think its that serious but Tamar Braxton is Queen Petty without a doubt. Just like Tamar, Monica and Toya Wright have things to promote just like the next chick. I don't think their intentions were to be disrespectful to Tamar but Tamar personally needs a slice of humble pie.
Just when we thought the divorce between Mary J. Blige and husband Kendu Issacs would be a quiet one, he is now asking her for spousal support. Mary and Kendu married 13 years ago and he also served as her manager. Mary, who sings the new theme song on season 20 of "The View" said during a recent guest appearance that her new album is slated for a December release. December is typically the month that Mary releases her new albums to huge sales and huge fanfare. I'm ready for a new Mary album, aren't you?
Faith Evans and Stevie J. are dating! It's funny because I remember Faith being on "Love & Hip Hop" for a few episodes and to myself, I felt there was a certain way she looked at him, like she was digging him. But hey congrats to the couple. I hope Stevie doesn't bring Faith back down with his shenanigans cause you know he is good for it. Stevie is King of Ratchet TV so it'll be interesting to see if we'll see more of Faith in the new season of "Love & Hip Hop". I hope Joseline don't be trying to come for Faith because Faith ain't one to mess with. Ask Lil' Kim!

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