Tamar Braxton Turns 44 — See the Sweet Birthday Tributes from Her Sisters & Mom
Tamar Braxton's 44th birthday bash was complete with her sisters Toni and Trina's sweet tributes and her mother Evelyn's love-laden post. Here's how she celebrated the special day.
R&B queen Tamar Braxton is 44 years younger now! The singer celebrated her birthday on March 17 with a heart full of love and heartwarming tributes from her friends and family.
The Braxton sisters Toni and Trina would not miss out on making their sister feel special for the world. Each one of them took to their Instagrams to let Tamar know how much she is loved.
Trina shared a throwback photo of them posing in denim outfits during an event. Alongside it, she penned a sweet caption to playfully wish her "monster" sister a happy birthday.
Toni's tribute was no less memorable. She shared a throwback video of her and Tamar sensually dancing to Mariah Carey's song. Tamar held a spatula while grooving ever so sultrily. The post has now been deleted.
Even Tamar's mother, Evelyn, did not hold back from showing her love on Instagram. The 73-year-old shared a throwback photo of her and Tamar posing in a beautiful dress.
Tamar is in a better place now.
This year's birthday looks pretty different for Tamar. In a lengthy Instagram post, she reflected on a tumultuous year, including her attempt to take her own life following a depressive episode:
"I’m so grateful that my 44th celebration around the sun is filled with those who truly love me..."
Tamar was broken because she thought she would not be complete without a man she loved, but things changed when she realized he was emotionally cheating on her. She was dating her ex-boyfriend David Adefeso in 2020.
Adefeso called an ambulance after he found her lifeless at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in downtown Los Angeles in July 2020. Back then, Tamar was all praises for him and credited Adefeso for saving her life.
Tamar is in a better place now. Grateful to have been blessed with another chance at life, she encouraged her fans to celebrate their wins and keep fighting against the adversities.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. Other international suicide helplines can be found at befrienders.org.