Tamar Braxton Reportedly Sent We TV Execs a Letter Saying They Made Her ‘Suicidal’ Weeks Ago | lovebscott.com

Tamar Braxton Reportedly Sent We TV Execs a Letter Saying They Made Her ‘Suicidal’ Weeks Ago

Tamar Braxton reportedly tried to take her own life on Thursday night.

It was previously reported that she sent a cryptic text to her family moments before she was found ‘unresponsive’ by boyfriend David Adefeso — and now it’s being reported that a few weeks ago she sent a letter to the heads at We TV accusing them of destroying her family and making her ‘suicidal.’

via Page Six:

At the height of the unrest over the killing of George Floyd, WeTV execs sent an email to employees — including Braxton and her family, who have appeared on the network’s reality shows for more than a decade — outlining the company’s efforts to support the Black community.

Braxton — who’s in a stable condition after apparently attempting suicide on Thursday night — responded with a message, seen by Page Six, explaining that her family is in “disarray.”

“We fight with each other, we betray each other, and now we’re physically assaulting each other — all happening because your show [“Braxton Family Values”] has chosen to show the absolute worst side of a strong, independent and successful African American family; a show that I created to showcase a strong Black Family as a beacon of hope for all the young black girls and boys out there; instead you coached and cajoled us into finding the worst in each other.”

Likening the network to “cruel white slave masters who once chained our forefathers, and the oppressive police forces that now terrorize our communities,” she added, “I hope those ratings were worth it because you succeeded in destroying a great black family.”

Meanwhile, she said that “the final stake into the heart of my family” was “the day you dug up a secret I’d never shared with anyone, a secret I was so ashamed to talk about that I hid it even from my own mom: the fact that I had been assaulted and raped repeatedly from age 6 to age 16, sometimes multiple times a day.” Braxton said that producers had “exposed it on your show in front of my entire family and 100 crew members.” She added, “You broke me that day and I considered ending my own life then for the shame I felt!”

She ended the email, “I have news for you! Today, I take my power back. I will no longer tolerate being oppressed. I am asking you to break the chains NOW and LET ME GO I am suffocating! I CAN’T BREATHE!!”

When we put it to WeTV that its behavior had made Braxton suicidal, a rep told us only, “We are keeping her and her family in our thoughts and prayers and joining with her fans sending strength and healing at this difficult time.”

A family insider also told us that Braxton was unhappy that the network had selected “Love and Hip Hop” producer Mona Scott Young to produce Braxton’s new show, “Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life.” “Tamar felt ambushed,” said an insider, “She was invited to the network to have a meeting to talk about the show and the premise of the show… and right there sitting down is Mona. The person she said she did not want to work with.”

When we put it to Scott Young that Braxton’s family members felt that her work on the show contributed to Braxton’s unhappiness in the weeks before her suicide attempt, she responded, “My thoughts and prayers are with Tamar and her family during this very difficult time.”

We wonder who in the Braxton camp is giving such detailed exclusives about Tamar’s business dealings amid news of her alleged suicide attempt. That isn’t sitting right with us.

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