Tamar Braxton is praising the Nigerian culture. Check out the message that she shared on social media. ‘Everyone who knows me know that I love EVERYTHING about Nigerian culture. From the people, the music and NOW the food🤤 my old man friend @johnnywright220 pre birthday dinner with @thebillionairechef … lord Jesus it was the BEST food I’ve had in 2021!! Thank you for the music, fun, the food and the NEW amazing Nigerian experience that I’m taking away with me tonight❤️🌟 so grateful for good people (he’s only available for private fine dining),’ Tamar captioned her post. RELATED: Tamar Braxton Says She Needs A Vacation – See Her Video Featuring Her Son, Logan Herbert That Has Fans Laughing Their Hearts Out Someone said: ‘Yes baby,💃💃💃, that’s what we’re talking about 😍’ and one other follower said: ‘Tamarrr now that looks like Ghana jollof. Now which nigerian made jollof rice using jasmine rice we need to talk.’ A fan said: ‘Definitely not authentic Nigerian food but maybe its in the taste and not the look.😂’ and one other follwoer posetd this: ‘I love Nigerian culture too. I feel so connected to the people and culture.’ RELATED: Towanda Braxton Offered Gratitude To The ‘Tribe’ Who Helped Her Celebrate Her Birthday Someone else said: ‘Hey tamar just wanted to.tell.u I love me some u @tamarbraxton,’ and a follower posted this: ‘Where’s the African man you were dating @tamarbraxton?? Haven’t seen him in awhile what’s his name again 🤔 I like him what happened?’ In other news, Tamar Braxton shared a new podcast episode on her social media account. Check out her message here. ‘My best friend @cjakescoleman and her husband @skiiventura joined me on #underconstruction this week, and when I tell you guys, I was speechless hearing Brandon speak freely about the measure of a man and what it means to make the decision to love and stick by your spouse… NO MATTER WHAT!!!…As someone who has felt abandoned before, it makes me realize that I, too, am deserving, and All that I have been through wasn’t in vain…’ Check out her complete message.
Tamar Braxton Praises The Nigerian Culture – See Her Message