'Braxton Family Values': Towanda Braxton Claps Back After Fan Leaves Comment Under Picture Of Her And Her Sisters
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'Braxton Family Values': Towanda Braxton Claps Back After Fan Leaves Comment Under Picture Of Her And Her Sisters

The Braxton family has been in the public eye for years dealing with people’s negative comments and public opinion on some of their most personal and private family moments. Fans have been following the family for years through their show Braxton Family Values, and often feel like they know what’s going with the sisters by what they see, hear– or even post on social media. Towanda Braxton has had enough and recently clapped back at a fan for leaving a rude comment under a picture of a beautiful moment between three of the Braxton sisters.

Trina Braxton posts a picture of her with two of her sisters

Trina posted a picture of herself along with Towanda and Toni having some sister time. “The get along gang,” the “Party or Go Home” singer captioned the photo. Missing from the picture was the baby of the bunch, Tamar, and of course Traci who passed away in March from esophageal cancer.

Trina did not bother to post why Tamar wasn't in the picture, but many took it as a snub to the "Love & War" singer. As it turns out, Tamar missed the meet-up as she is currently on tour.


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Towanda claps back in a classy way

As reported by Rolling Out, when a fan noticed Tamar was missing from the photo, they assumed the worst. “Shady “one fan commented underneath the picture.

She referenced the fan as a "low vibration" individual, noting that her family is trying to heal while others are picking them apart because of a picture.

She further commented in full: “It’s such a shame that these negative, low vibration individuals find the need to find wrong in this post. We are in fact in the space of healing and yet they find the need to call it shade for posting three of us together. The integrity of their lives are in question. All because it’s three of us… not understanding the circumstances but yet, find the need to create a negative narrative. Be blessed people while we are here loving on each other and embracing the precious time we have together.”

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