Inside Tamar Braxton's Touching Tribute to David Adefeso Following Her Hospitalization

Tamar Braxton took to social media to thank her boyfriend, David Adefeso, for saving her life and being there for her during her struggle with mental health. 

Tamar Braxton is forever grateful for her boyfriend for being there for her when she was going through one of the darkest times of her life. 

Amid her struggle with mental health, the singer took some time to let her boyfriend David Adefeso know how much she appreciates his love and support in an Instagram post

Tamar Braxton backstage after performing during the 6th Annual Mother's Day Experience on May 12, 2019. | Source: Getty Images

Tamar Braxton backstage after performing during the 6th Annual Mother's Day Experience on May 12, 2019. | Source: Getty Images

HER MAN HAS HER BACK

Braxton let her fans know that she would be logging off after paying tribute to Adefeso as she went on to share how he has been there for her this whole time. She wrote:

"Through this entire time, you have held my hand, heard my cries, held me when I have been weak. You have had my ENTIRE back."

The singer added that some of the fans have been saying mean things about Adefeso. She defended him against the shaming writing:

"I will not allow anyone to call you controlling or 'that's that African man' like I don’t have a mind of my own."

HOW SHE SLAMMED THE HATERS

Clapping back at the haters, Braxton made it known that she would simply not be here if it was not for Adefeso who was there for her when no one else was. 

Braxton was reportedly all set to star in the network's new series called "Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life."

Braxton shared that she could not imagine life without her man and concluded her caption with a diamond ring emoji. In the comments section, fans had nothing but words of kindness and love for her. 

Prior to paying her boyfriend a much-deserved tribute, Braxton shared that her TV career was causing her mental health to deteriorate. 

She is parting ways with her "toxic" career after over a decade of being with WeTV. The network said in a statement that it will honor her request. 

Braxton was reportedly all set to star in the network's new series called "Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life." Calling her an important part of the family, WeTV told CNN in a statement that they wish her nothing but the best. 

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