Tamar Braxton's New Reality Show Gets Pushed Back After Suicide Attempt

WIt's good to know that Tamar Braxton is doing better after she attempted suicide. A few weeks ago, her boyfriend called for help after finding Tamar unresponsive on the floor after heavy drinking and popping several prescription pills. When her boyfriend David Adefeso called 911, he mentioned Tamar was upset with WEtv. However, sources say he was actually upset about his portrayal on her upcoming reality show, "Get Ya Life!" The show was supposed to premiere on July 30 and run through September, has now been postponed, because of her current situation, according to TMZ. WEtv is concerned about the well-being of Tamar, who is basically like family because she has been working with the network for years with the reality shows.

Tamar Braxton (Getty)

Tamar Braxton (Getty)

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