Now why this did this lady start this baby mama drama on Tamar’s birthday?
Peacock’s new series Queens Court is shaping up to be a success off-screen as apparently Tamar Braxton and Evelyn Lozada are both engaged. Braxton, Lozada, and singer Nivea all star on the dating show, along with 21 men vying for their affections. After it’s premiere, news broke that Lozada was engaged to Lavon Lewis, a man she met on Queens Court. Today (March 17), Braxton followed suit and shared that she, too, will walk down the aisle with a man she met on the series.
Tamar posted a video of her beau, Jeremy “JR” Robinson wishing her a happy birthday. “It’s my birthday but I have to post the one who puts this cheesy smile on my face,” the singer wrote. “It took me a while to realize that this wholesome, Traditional love is the kind that I wanted and needed. We have 6 children between the two of us and they mean EVERYTHING to me. So miss me with the he has 4 baby mamas!! 😂😂Thank God for them. We are blessed And drama free thank God for my best friend, life partner and fiancée @ rarebreednola the happiest birthday to me ever my ❤️ don’t miss our whole love story on @ peacock.”
On the final episode of Queen’s Court, Robinson popped the question. Now, we’re six months into the relationship, and the couple is still going strong. “I knew I was different than my siblings,” Braxton told her fiancé on the show. “I prayed for somebody to understand me and not look at me and my flaws and just accept me for who I am. And then I met you. And then I saw every single that I ever prayed for as a child.” She added, “I thought that I just needed love. I didn’t. I needed a friend. And you’ve been that for me.”
However, the mother of one of Robinson’s children took to social media to call out Braxton for not reaching out to her. Robinson reportedly has five children with four women, and Anaston Jeni seems upset that Braxton is in her son’s life without attempting to contact her. The singer spoke kindly of Robinson’s children and his exes, and wanted them all to be a happy blended family. “This woman is in no way a bonus or step mom to my son,” she wrote. “My son does not mean ‘everything’ to her and she has not thanked God for me, & truthfully, none of his baby mamas. She has said demeaning, disrespectful, & outrageous things about how I have chosen to coparent with my son’s father and the efforts I have made to keep him involved. She has made NO effort to meet me, get to know me as a woman or mother, & has caused my son’s father to miss visitation weekends and birthdays.”
Whew Chile, take a look at the receipts for yourself and let us know your thoughts on this mess. Only in love and war, I suppose.