Tamar Braxton flaunts slimmer curves in new video showing off her extreme weight loss

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 28, 2018
10:49 A.M.
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Singer and TV personality Tamar Braxton took to Instagram to upload a video showing her form-fitted dress as well as how much weight she has lost so far.


In the short recording, Braxton was wearing a tiny, sleeveless, black dress that enhanced her look. To make evident how good the singer looked, she lowered the camera so her body could be seen in detail.

Braxton edited the video and added the message: ‘Yeah I did lose 20 pounds. Thanks.’ For the caption, she only added the brown muscle emoji, suggesting that she worked hard for achieving such a milestone.

As soon as she uploaded that video, her friends and followers took to the comment section to praise her. One of them was Instagram user @kortiz5033, who confessed that Braxton looked great before losing weight, as well.


That video was uploaded only a couple of hours before Braxton shared a different one showing herself next to Xscape singer Tameka Tiny Harris during the ASCAP Awards ceremony.


In that short shooting, both women were sitting on the same table while dancing to the music in the background and doing sexy poses. Braxton’s pieces of jewelry attracted a lot of attention as she wore big earrings, a ring, and a shiny watch.


Braxton’s posts addressing her weight-loss journey began more than a year after her husband Vince Herbert dropped almost 100 pounds. It is important to point out that Herbert and Braxton parted ways in 2017, but they are still legally married.


During an interview the singer had with People before the couple split, she confessed to being happy only because Herbert was much healthier as she liked ‘a little meat’ on her man’s bones.

She pointed out that her husband underwent a couple of surgeries to help him lose weight because he started experiencing medical problems due to his size.

One of the worst ones took place in 2012, when the man was hospitalized for 40 days after suffering multiple blot clots, reported People.