Toni Braxton dropped new music and is begging fans not to judge her, just days after she broke her silence following her sister Tamar Braxton‘s possible suicide attempt. The 52-year-old surprised fans when she unleashed her new single called “Dance” ahead of her album release next month. The seven-time Grammy winner’s younger sister was rushed to the hospital on July 16 after reportedly attempting to take her own life. Toni Braxton was seen arriving at the hospital to be by her sibling’s side.
Toni finally broke her silence about the scary incident in an Instagram post earlier this week. The “Un-Break My Heart” singer shared a photo with her siblings including Tamar and declared that “Family is everything! Especially sisters!” This was her first post since July 6, which was ten days before Tamar’s hospitalization.
Now, Toni Braxton is back and she’s not only sharing new music and album news but she’s dropping a smoldering selfie too! There’s one thing she made clear though by asking her fans not to judge her appearance.
Posting a steamy close-up showing off her bold red lip color, Toni Braxton captioned the stunning throwback by writing, “My favorite red lip and no lashes. One of me and my baby sister’s favorite things to do is watch @vogue beauty tutorials together.” Informing her followers that she just did a tutorial for the company and it comes out today.
That’s when she got to the “don’t judge” part. “BTW my wig was really wrong, dont judge! ? You’ll see it tomorrow!” Toni Braxton wrote.
Tamar Braxton was hospitalized on July 16 after a possible suicide attempt. All of her sisters have spoken out about the scary incident. Tamar Braxton has also broken her silence. Taking to social media on Thursday, July 30, she acknowledged her mental health struggles while encouraging others to ditch the stigma surrounding it. She also slammed We tv, which runs her family’s show, claiming the network “ignored” her calls for help. Tamar Braxton shared a message to fans too, thanking them for sticking by her side and for all the prayers.