Tamar Braxton says, almost two weeks after hospitalization, what he now confirms was an attempt to end her life.
In a lengthy, raw, and emotional social media post, Braxton wrote, “I was only God’s grace and mercy in my attempt to end my pain and my life to use my voice.”
She discovered that she had attempted suicide after suffering “pain” in the entertainment industry for the past 11 years as a real estate star.
Braxton was hospitalized on July 16 after being unconscious at a residence in Los Angeles.
She began her post by thanking her fans for their support.
“At this point, my only responsibility is to be real to myself and to be real to those who truly love me and take care of my healing,”; she wrote. “I have no problem, I will share with you my brightest days and I know that sharing with you, which was my darkest, will be a light for every man or woman who feels the same defeat I experienced only a week ago,” he wrote and shared with them, “what was my darkest will be a light for any man or woman who feels the same defeat I experienced only a week ago.”
Tamar Braxton’s new reality TV show postponed after her hospitalization
She then focused on the pressures of her career and her reality reality series.
“I believed that as a black woman, an artist, an influence, a personality with whom I could shape my world and with whom I believed they were my partners, they could help me share my world,” Braxton wrote, continuing. to say that “for the last 11 years, they have been promised to protect and portray my story with the authenticity and honesty I have given. I was betrayed, used it, reworked and underpaid. She said she wrote “a letter more than two months ago asking him to be free from what I considered inappropriate and unjust.” Personally, I explained in detail the extinction I experienced. However, she says her call for help was “completely ignored” and “demands” persisted.
“It was my spirit and my soul was the most defiled.” There are things I can count on the most, a good mother, a good daughter, a good partner, a good sister and a good person, ”said Braxton.
Braxton further explained that she felt that she was “no longer alive” but “existed for the purpose of profit and evaluation of companies, and that killed me.”
Braxton declared that “mental illness is real” and that as a society “we must normalize it, recognize it, and stop associating it with shame and humiliation.”
“The pain I’ve experienced over the last 11 years has slowly eaten away in my mind and in my soul,” she continued.
The singer / actress said that she would now do “everything in my power to help people with mental illness, including those of us who were mental illnesses only as a result of toxic systematic slavery that resides on television.”
We recently postponed it for an upcoming reality show Get Ya Life! after her hospitalization. It will now debut on September 10, beginning with its premiere on July 30th.
At that time, we issued the following statement:
“Tamar Braxton has been an incredibly important member of the WE television family for over ten years. Our first concern is her healing and well-being. Given the current situation, we are postponing the premiere of “Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!” Until September 10. This series was created by Tamar and is a true portrait of a dynamic woman who juggles the demands of a single mother, a new relationship and her career. We know that when the time is right, Tamar’s fans will relate to seeing this honorable portrait of their lives, but – at the moment – we connect with her fans and send strength and heal in the hope of gaining support and help. in this difficult time he needs. “
Braxton also plays on WE television Braxton Family Valuesand hosts Catch the beautician and VH1.
You can read the full Braxton statement below.