The Uncle of the Music Industry (Snoop Dogg) has brought his autobiographical stage play “Redemption of a Dogg” to real life, last week in Washington D.C. Snoop invited Ms. Tamar Braxton to join this historical event, But Of coarse who else but Ms. Tamar. Sources say Ms. Braxton left midway during her performance after she learned her friend ( of D.C.) wasn’t allowed back stage.
Tamar’s friend apparently had attempted to deliver food to her, but security was unaware the delivery was on its way. Braxton then started to carry on with her Hystorical behavior , and refused to finish the second act of the show.
“She kept screaming, ‘She’s not here for this,’ then saying, ‘I’m so sick of this shit.’ Then she said, ‘You can do this damn show without her,’ again, addressing herself in the third person.”Although 10 tickets were reportedly refunded, some attendees still felt frustrated by the evening’s events…. This is an extreme mess, and very unprofessional….Tamar Braxton, We’re gonna have to get it together Hunny. Any comments about this.. Comment below and tell us what you think!
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