Tamar Braxton Calls Future Husband ‘Every Single Thing I Ever Prayed For’

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Tamar Braxton Calls Future Husband ‘Every Single Thing I Ever Prayed For’

By Movieguide® Contributor

Tamar Braxton is engaged!

The singer is now planning to tie the knot with QUEENS COURT finalist Jeremy “JR” Robinson. QUEENS COURT is a new dating show airing on Peacock.

An update at the end of the episode let viewers know that, six months later, Braxton and Robinson are planning their wedding. 

“I knew I was different than my siblings,” Braxton told Robinson in the final episode. “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 thing that I ever prayed for as a child.”

She continued, “I thought that I just needed love. I didn’t. I needed a friend. And you’ve been that for me.”

Robinson replied, “I’m not only willing, I’m ready. So much so that I don’t want to be your friend. I don’t want to be your friend. I want to be your husband.”

Movieguide® previously reported on Braxton’s faith and how it has helped her through dark times in her life:

The youngest sister of The Braxton quintet, Tamar Braxton, recently shared about her one-year anniversary of surviving a suicide attempt.

“I was always giving of myself,” Braxton told Health. “Giving at work, pouring into my son, my relationship. You have to pull [strength] from somewhere. I learned very young that I can always pull my strength from God. And I do that now more than ever.”

Tamar’s sister, Towanda, said in an interview from 2018: “Regardless on the issues or the doubts, or any of those negative things that may happen between the family or even with Tamar, and all of the things that people assume about her, she holds on to her faith.”

While Braxton said that she wants to stay strong for her son Logan, she also revealed where her strength comes from in her life motto: “You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you.”

“How it came out was very traumatic for me,” Braxton said. “I thought I had successfully buried that part of me, but it was manifesting in different ways. It was coming out in how I dealt with things emotionally, how I looked at situations, how I conducted myself.”

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