Tamar Braxton Gives Us Life On The Cover Of Flaunt Magazine!!

Our best friend, Tamar Braxton, is definitely doing her thing and looking amazing in the process! Tamar  is giving us everything we need in the November issue of Flaunt Magazine
In case you've been out of the loop this year, 2013 has definitely been Tamar's year! She gave birth to her son, released a #1 selling album, went on tour, became a co-host on The Real, released her Christmas album, Winter Loverland and the list goes on! In the words of this gorgeous beauty who is always SNATCHED...SHE DID THAT!! Check out Tamar's exclusive interview below!

On having kids in the future:

Well, I’m not having any kids in the future.God no. I hated being pregnant. I felt like Invasion of the Body Snatchers. It’s beautiful and it’s great just like everyone says, but there’s another side to it. My back. My feet. My skin went absolutely nuts. I had the itchies the whole day. Imagine scratching all day and you can never get to the itch. 

On being a woman with a strong personality:

The upside is that people can always go to you for the truth, right? The downside to that is that sometimes it can come off as offensive, like I said. Or people can take things the wrong way, or people just get plain old tired of me being honest. It can get irritating sometimes because of the way it comes off.

On her fans and why she never had friends:

I don’t like to call them fans; I like to call them my Tamartian friends because I've never really had friends before. I was guarded. I didn't want to be made fun of. So I had to accept myself. It becomes attractive to other people once you accept yourself. I have vitiligo, right? I used to sit on my hands all of the time. Now, “Hot Sugar” is the first video that I haven’t color-corrected. It’s the first time I've accepted myself for who I really am, flaws and all.

On why she was bullied:

Are you kidding me? I walked different, I had a different attitude, and I was picked on because I wasn't like everybody else. You have to accept that about yourself. I think especially for women it’s important because it’s so hard for us. If we just accept ourselves for who we are, it’s so much more attractive and then other people notice. Like, “Her skin is so bad but she doesn't give a hot fuck!” Then they stop looking at you!

On what inspired her to write "Love and War:"

The first season of Tamar and Vince [Vince and I] went through a lot in our relationship. We call ourselves Velcro because from the moment we decided we were going to be together, we've been together every single day. When Vince got sick, our relationship changed. We started going through a lot of relationship problems and communication problems. When I was writing “Love and War,” it wasn't a negative space, but it was an honest space. This was the first time I had experienced not just love but passion. There’s a difference between love and passion, and I didn't know that.

Baby!! Tamar worked this shoot hunnnty!! She's giving us Bold, Classy, and an extra dose of SASSY! We just love it!!

Side SASS: Check out the rest of the interview and more pictures from the amazing shoot here!

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