Tamar Braxton’s latest video takes a twist after fans zoomed in on the singer’s kidnapped figure
Tamar BraxtonHer newfound glow and figure became the talk of the town after the singer opened up about how Beyoncé’s Renaissance album transformed her life in a recent Instagram post.
In the clip, shared Aug. 3, Braxton, wearing a short black dress with black heels, was seen jamming to “Virgo’s Groove,” a track from Beyoncé’s seventh studio album.
In addition to dancing, Braxton also struck a few poses in a room in her home. Alongside the video, the 45-year-old captioned the photo, “I needed this #Renaissance… I haven’t felt this feminine and free in a long time.”
When fans saw the upload, many mentioned how amazing Braxton’s body looked in the shot.
“The body is BODY.”
“Brooo, you look good, aff. I can not stand.”
“Yessss Tamar you look great ggg!!!”
“We need an inhaler if you carry on like this.”
“You look great, sis.”
Among the previous comments, others spoke of how happy the “Love & War” singer looked in her uploads. One wrote: “So happy to see you happy and looking amazing you are a strong woman.” Another said: “Yes you look so good and happy lately!!! You have that new shine! I mean, you always looked like a bad guy, but now it’s different.”
A third Instagram user told Braxton to keep the good going in her personal life because she looked “amazing” in her recent posts. This person wrote: “Nah Tamar looks AMAZING! Whatever happens in my good sister life must stay! It gives me life!”
This upload comes days after Braxton shared a video of herself dancing to Beyoncé’s new track “Church Girl.” Throughout the clip, Braxton can be seen rubbing and touching while staring straight into the mirror.
She wrote in the caption, “Church girls…don’t hurt anyone.”
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