The “Braxton Family Values” star’s appearance on the tour was teased by Burruss on Instagram Oct. 8. Burruss shared a video from a Braxton fan Instagram account, which compiled footage of the “Love and War” singer’s initial appearance on the burlesque show last year with “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star.
“One time for my girl @tamarbraxton!” the “RHOA” star captioned the brief video.
Fans quickly piled on the praise for the video, which saw Braxton working a pole on stage soundtracked to Nicki Minaj’s “Good Form.”
“Ok Tamiana @tamarbraxton 🤣❤️”
“@tamarbraxton you are definitely a whole mood & vibe!”
“OK yass tay tay💃 @tamarbraxton I see you! them boots are🔥”
“Tamar baby’ i see you ‘ smile putting down them dancing . .mmnnnnn ?n.”
“The baddest to do it 😍 love y’all”
Others applauded both Braxton and Burruss for how far they’ve come in their friendship.
“WHAAAT I’m proud of yaw for yaw accomplishments& really reading the beef…Yaw are the poster children for Revamping Friendships..”
“@kandi I am super happy that you and @tamarbraxton got passed the BS now making coins together! Sisterhood at its finest ❤️🙌🏾💪🏾👏🏾”
Braxton and Burruss got on good terms after the two of them were houseguests on “Celebrity Big Brother” in January.
Each of the singers explained at the time that their spat was tied to when Braxton joined Burruss on tour with Xscape. During a 2017 New Year’s Eve show, Braxton invited Khia and Ts Madison up on stage. However, the women had talked trash about some members of Burruss’ girl group, prompting them to be booted from the concert.
It was the latest in the stars’ beef, which had lasted for more than two decades.
“Y’all don’t know we needed this!” Burruss said on “CBB” of mending fences with Braxton.
For her part, Braxton said to Entertainment Weekly it was a genuine extending of olive branches for both singers.
“We got it back because we wanted it. We wanted to make amends more than we wanted to fight, and that’s for the both of us,” Braxton said. “I just think that’s a testament to life. When you want to get along, when you want to do something, and it’s another person involved, they’ve got to want it too. You’ve got to work at it. And we constantly worked at our relationship in the house. I wasn’t too happy to see her face, I’m not going to lie, when I first saw her. But, in the end, I’m really grateful that she was there. And I’m really grateful of the friendship that we’ve been able to have in the house and outside of the house.”