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Tamar Braxton Talks About How Her Dating Life And New Engagement Impacted Her Son
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Tamar Braxton Talks About How Her Dating Life And New Engagement Impacted Her Son

The dating world as a whole, depending on who you are talking to, can have its challenges. The list includes not meeting an individual's requirements, the constant game-playing, if any, between one or both parties and the external pressures from friends and family, to name a few.


But in Tamar Braxton's case, one difficulty she encountered prior to her engagement to Atlanta attorney Jeremy "JR" Robinson--whom she met on the Peacock's dating competition series Queens Court--when dating was getting her son Logan Herbert's approval. Braxton shares Herbert with her ex-husband and music producer, Vincent Herbert.

Tamar shares that Logan is overprotective when it comes to men she's dated

In a recent interview on The Jennifer Hudson Show, the "Love & War" vocalist spoke about her dating experience and why Herbert is highly protective over his mother.

When Hudson asked Braxton how the 9-year-old reacted to her dating, she joked that her son definitely "gives daddy vibes." The 46-year-old further elaborated that the sole reason behind Herbert's reaction is that he wants her to be happy.

"It gives daddy vibes," she said. "But you know, I think ultimately, our kids want to see us happy. I definitely want to have a husband and hope that he has kids so that we could have a blended family. Things like that, and I think he's attracted to that as well.”

Tamar initially wasn't ready to accept love when she signed on for "Queens Court"

While it appears that Braxton found her person, she was singing a different tune when she first signed on to be a cast member on Peacock's Queens Court. The "All the Way Home" singer told Entertainment Tonight that before her relationship and engagement to Robinson, she wasn't sure if she could accept love following her past hardships with her exes.

"The number one thing I learned about myself is that I wasn't as ready as I said that I was in receiving love," she said.

The star added that despite her initial hesitation after meeting Robinson, she's ready for the next step in their lives: walking down the aisle.

"I'm very sure. I'm confident. I'm ready, and let's see what happens," she said.

Since Queens Court has ended, Braxton and Robinson have reportedly been engaged for six months.

Tamar Braxton Extended Interview | The Jennifer Hudson Show

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