A new trailer for the upcoming season of “Braxton Family Values” has one of the Braxton sisters seeing red.
The trailer begins by showcasing all the interfamilial drama that took place at a wedding, but ends by touching on Tamar Braxton’s hospitalization after being found unresponsive this summer. At the time, The Blast confirmed LAPD officers were categorizing the incident as a “possible overdose” that appeared not to have been accidental.
In the trailer, one of the sisters receives a phone call in the midst of filming. Panicked, she begins running, telling the camera operator that “I gotta go.”
Next, Evelyn Braxton is seen in a confessional interview, telling the camera, “Toni called me. She told me Tamar was rushed to the hospital because she tried to commit suicide.”
Tamar’s sisters are then seen commenting, with Towanda Braxton admitting she was “stunned and really numb,” while Trina declares, “There was no way to prepare for this.” Adds Tracy, “It just seemed like a dream. A bad dream.”
Tamar, however, is taking issue with the trailer, issuing a scathing rebuttal via Instagram.
“After waking up to that disgusting trailer…F**K @wetv and whomever else participating for using my pain for their pleasure and ratings‼️✨ ,” she wrote, using the opportunity to plug her upcoming tell-all appearance on “The Tamron Hall Show”.
She also made clearthat “I’M NOT FILMING FOR THIS SEASON! THEY ARE DOING THIS WHILE I’M NOT ON THE SHOW.”
In the wake of Tamar Braxton’s hospitalization, WE TV announced it was postponing the premiere date of her solo spinoff show, “Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!” from July to September.
That decision, however, clearly angered Tamar, who announced she was cutting ties with the network in a scorched-earth Instagram post claiming she’d been “betrayed, taken advantage of, overworked and underpaid,” describing her workload as “excessive and unfair.”
ET Canada has reached out to WE TV for comment.