‘I’m Crying’: Trina Braxton and Mom’s Impromptu Karaoke Session in Costco Has Fans Cracking Up

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Toni Braxton’s music may be played in the grocery store all the time, but it’s not every day that her mom and sister are the ones leading the charge.

An impromptu karaoke moment between Trina Braxton and mom Evelyn Braxton brought some fun to a run-of-the-mill trip to Costco last week. And fans were left feeling totally delightful about it.

Trina posted a video to her Instagram page Thursday showing her and Evelyn gripping mics as they sang oldest Braxton sister Toni’s 1993 hit “Another Sad Love Song.”

“Having fun with Mommy in @costco singing #anothersadsong,” Trina wrote in the caption of the Oct. 10 footage.

The moment had fans totally giddy over Trina belting out the tune as her mom Evelyn did her best to sing along.

“Y’all are too cute for that✨”

“This was so cute, I love it😍”

“😂😂😂 I’m crying at yall”

“Mommy said that’s my baby but i don’t know these words!!!”

“Ok nie mommy and daughter!! 🔥🔥🔥”

“Love it..I love how yall have a good relationship with your mother..I crave for that everyday🙏🏾🙌🏾”

The clip even generated some responses from the Braxton clan, including Towanda Braxton and Tamar Braxton.

“😂😂😂 @trinabraxton1 I want mommie to learn the words!” Towanda commented on Trina’s video.

Meanwhile, Tamar said in her own Instagram caption of the footage she posted to her account, “My family is ghetto singing in Costco 🤷🏽‍♀️@trinabraxton1 @evelynbraxton … Trina has been on one and now she bringing my mama in on her BS🤦🏽‍♀️🙄😂😂😂😂😂.. we won’t ever find out step daddy with this behavior 🥺🤪”

Toni may be the most successful singer of the Braxton sisters, but they all are singers in their own rights. All five sisters emerged as a quintet named The Braxtons in the late 1980s. By 1990, The Braxtons released their first and only single as a five-some called “Good Life.” Although it wasn’t a hit, it led to Toni getting a solo deal with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and Antonio “L.A.” Reid. She was then signed to their burgeoning label LaFace, and The Braxtons were left unsigned after Arista Records dropped them.

After Toni went on to reach stardom as a singer, her sisters went on to release various solo efforts over the years after making music as a quartet for a time, according to a biography from AllMusic. Ultimately, Tamar and Trina have put out solo efforts, while Towanda and Traci reunited with the former sisters to do a Christmas album in 2014.