Watch Tamar Braxton Throw Shade at Random Audience Members on Stage

Posted July 18, 2014 by J Matthew Cobb in Features

Looks like Tamar Braxton is spreading more war than love on her bad-singing Tamartians

Tamar Braxton is probably living on cloud nine right about now. Her music career is now outshining the efforts of her famous sister Toni and her other siblings, all thanks to her best-selling R&B album Love & War. Her first major tour is also doing quite well, staged at some of the hottest music halls and medium-size auditoriums in the States.

But the Beyonce doppelganger is getting lots of buzz for her rare and intimate sing-a-longs featuring her album’s lead single. The segment, built up like as a finale, features random audience members singing along to her Lady Gaga-promoted slow jam. As if the judgmental spirit of Showtime at the Apollo was on roll call, Braxton has ripped the mic from the hands of those that aren’t exactly blessed in the vocal department.

This video, posted on her official Instagram account, went viral last week:

The Wendy Williams face she makes is one for the books.

Meanwhile at Birmingham, Ala’s Iron City, this happened. Fast forward to 1:35 and allow the hilarity to take over:

We wonder if this is going to start a backlash with her devout fans or not. Is this a shiesty shade[dot]com moment or just a random funny moment? What do you think?

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