Tamar Braxton's Fans React after the Singer Slams Jamaican Restaurant While on Vacation with Boyfriend David Adefeso
Tamar Braxton started a debate on her boyfriend's Instagram handle after she criticized a restaurant for its bad cooking while vacationing in Jamaica.
When Tamar Braxton's boyfriend, David Adefeso, shared on his Instagram a video of himself and his girlfriend having a good time on their Jamaican vacation, he didn't know it would spark a debate; but it did.
The video showed the couple smiling and happy as they both covered their eyes with dark sunglasses. Braxton appeared to be singing along to a tune playing in the restaurant where they shot the video.
NASTY AND SOMETHING ELSE
After Adefeso informed his followers that it was the second day of their vacation, his girlfriend went off on the restaurant's food saying,
"It was nasty as [expletive]. I wish they had somebody who was [a good cook] at Aunt Tee Tees."
The singer added that she does not like it when people waste their money. Braxton noted it's not "cool," as she works hard for her "Coin" and made it known that she's not shading the restaurant but stating the facts.
NO BUSINESS IN JAMAICA
While the "Braxton Family Values" star switched the name of the restaurant, her criticism did not sit well with some people. One person wrote in the comments that the singer had no business in Jamaica.
The singer and Adefeso plan to stay in Jamaica for seven days.
Another agreed with the previous commenter, writing that's why Braxton can't make good music. A third person defended the reality star writing that since she didn't mention the restaurant name, its business didn't get ruined.
BRAXTON PUT THEM OUT OF BUSINESS
One person found it funny, writing,
"[Lol] you just put them out of business."
The next commenter asked Braxton to tell the truth and shame the devil. But the next person told the TV star to keep her opinions to herself as someone else might love the restaurant's food.
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My @tamarbraxton and I in Houston, this time for a sad occasion....the send off of my fav uncle, Kola Adefeso. I always called him “Uncle Daddy” because he was more like a second dad than an uncle to me. With a long, faithful and blessed life well lived through 90, we joyfully celebrate your ascension to the bosom of our Lord. Rest In Peace, Uncle....we will continue the great works you started.
BRAXTON DON'T CARE
One user of the social media platform disagreed with the last comment. The person noted that restaurants sometimes get negative reviews, and asked the singer to "Tell" it.
There was no conclusive comment from both sides of the divide. But one certainty is that while some supported Braxton, others would have preferred she stayed quiet.
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Yesterday my @tamarbraxton , Beans and I hosted our first thanksgiving dinner as a family. My dynamic 80 year old mom, sister, brother-in-law and niece as well as more than 30 close friends of ours attended. We had a blast!!! It always amazes me to see how Tamar and my family took to each other from the moment they met back in Nigeria; they love her and she loves them right back. During dessert my mom stood up to speak and she called Tamar her daughter. I wasn’t surprised: my family took to Tamar’s gorgeous simile, deep kindness and infectious sense of humor almost as strongly as she took to my family’s deeply Christian, conservative, African roots. But what if my family hadn’t accepted her? As with a lot of African American families, many African parents and families tend to get too overly involved in their children’s relationships and married lives, often to the detriment of the young couple’s relationship (heck, I’ve seen some of my friends’ moms move into the couple’s home right after they got married, which so often makes life miserable for the daughter-in-law). I vowed that I would never put Tamar through the misery I’ve seen other couples go through with the man’s family. So I informed my family early on that they didn’t have a choice! They either love Tamar the way they love me and accept her the way I accept her....or they risk losing me completely. Needless to say, I needn’t have worried!! My mom treats Tamar like her 4th daughter (I have 3 sisters) and Beans like her 13th grandchild, my sisters cherish her the way they do each other, and my brothers adore my @tamarbraxton almost as much as I do. Welcome to the Adefeso family, Tamar!! I am so grateful and give thanks that God brought you and Beans into my life. A word to all the young, strong brothas out there who are in relationships with our beautiful black sistas: please stand up for your girl! Once you pick her she becomes your #1 in life; and she comes before the rest of your family: before your mom, sisters, and before even you!! And that’s how to keep a happy home! #happythanksgiving #godblessournewfamily ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Tamar Braxton did not respond to any of the comments. She is still enjoying her vacation time and is focused on her relationship.