R&B singer Tamar Braxton is stepping on necks with her latest look.
In a video posted to Instagram, the songstress rocked her hips to the music as she showed off a daring, all-black latex look for her upcoming show for friend Kandi Burruss‘ “Welcome to the Dungeon” tour. Braxton, 42, sported a mesh black corset, high-waist latex shorts and a pair of fishnet tights.
“I told @trinarockstarr It’s not showtime cause the wine ain’t right yet,” she captioned the post. “She’s too subtle😩😩😂😂😂 don’t miss tonight LA at #kandidungeonparty it’s gonna be a good one👅💫”
The songstress’ honey blonde tresses and bright red lips helped pull the ensemble together, and fans simply couldn’t get enough.
“Omgawwwdddd snatched hunnniiii yassss!!” one fan commented.
One woman chimed in: “You mean to tell me you hid all that sexy black girl thickness 😍🙌🏾💕 my Pisces sistaaaaa you fiiiiine boo 😘😁😍!”
“Show Me Another 42 Year Old That’s This Bad And I’ll Pay You‼️ 😍😍💎,” another person said before adding, “#MsBraxtonIfYouNasty.”
Her boyfriend David Adefeso even felt compelled to comment. “Face like an angel❤️❤️❤️; body like a #dungeonmistress🔥🔥🔥….can’t wait to see the show tonite👏🏾👏🏾🙏🏿🙏🏿🔥🔥❤️❤️.”
Some fans noticed a change in Braxton’s appearance in the possibly filtered photo, however, and suspected she may have gotten more cosmetic work done.
“She must have the same doctor as the Jacksons 😳😬😩,” wrote one critic.
“Tamar 🤦🏼♀️ your face is starting not look like you….” said another.
One critic argued the “Love and War” singer looked more “Asian” than Black. Another agreed, adding: “I thought you were Jeannie [Mai] from ‘The Real.’ ”
“She looking real Chinese these days,” another fan opined.
Braxton also drew criticism from fans last week when she said she was “too drained” and exhausted to attend the funeral of her 24-year-old niece Lauren, who died from complications of a heart condition on April 29.
““I’ve been MIA because I just cannot bring myself to post about my niece,” the singer said. “I just can’t do it. I am drained … it’s a lot.”
But shortly after the backlash Braxton would follow up with a series of posts in which she both clarified that she did in fact attend the funeral and slapped down the criticism she got as unjustified.
See the post that started the controversy below.