Tamar Braxton spoke to her sisters about being in a new relationship while still being married to Vincent Herbert during a preview clip of the upcoming season of Braxton Family Values.
In the clip, Traci, Towanda, Toni and Tamar gather to celebrate Trina’s birthday. While at the dinner table, the Braxtons asked their youngest sister if she’s in love.
The Celebrity Big Brother star responded that she’s “wrapped up, tangled up, tied up.” Traci reminded her that Christian women do not speak like that.
“Christian women also don’t have a husband and a boyfriend, girl get out of here,” Tamar quipped. She then raised her glass to toast to “having a boyfriend and a husband on the side.”
The singer and reality star split from Herbert in Oct. 2017 after close to nine years together. In the two years since the separation the couple has yet to finalize a divorce.
Tamar has not let the lengthy divorce proceedings stop her from moving on. In Sept. 2018, she told talk show host Wendy Williams that she was “very much” in love with her mystery man, who was later revealed to be David Adefeso.
Braxton Family Values airs tonight on WEtv at 9 p.m. EST.
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