Tamar Braxton gave fans an eyeful of her body on March 29. The longtime “Braxton Family Values” cast member posted a video to her Instagram page of her participating in the “Savage” TikTok dance challenge.
The “Love and War” hitmaker started her internet performance by doing a karate chop dance move. As the song progressed, the R&B singer added sass to her routine by sticking her tongue out of her mouth and twerking to the beat of Megan Thee Stallion’s rap lyrics. Braxton knew she messed up the famous TikTok choreography and teased herself for her seemingly off-rhythm performance. “The only part I had was the nasty part 😂😂😂😂😂🤦🏽♀️ I need DWTS again cause right now I’m Becky 🤷🏽♀️,” she wrote in her caption.
Braxton wore blue athletic shorts and paired her bottoms with a blue short-sleeve T-shirt to match. She pulled her braided tresses up in a bun and wore a black headband over the front of her hair to hold her baby hairs back. The mother of one appeared to be hanging out comfortably in her own home. However, fans thought Braxton was too relaxed in her million-dollar mansion because she seemingly forgot to put on a bra before she shared her Savage challenge video with her 3.5 million followers.
“Tay Tay where your bra sis! Lol,” one user asked.
“@tamarbraxton ok🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣set them free,” a second user playfully wrote.
A third fan commented, “@tamarbraxton them boxers in too deep definitely going for the 🐫 toe.
“Haaaaa if u don’t put a bra on… omg I’m screaming,” a fourth user said.
“Yesss for the karate Whoa😂💕,” a fifth encouraged.
A sixth said, “😂💀 your first move I thought you was doing karate lol 🙌🏽 but you tried girl!”
Braxton laughed at her followers for calling her out for not wearing a bra. “It’s being quarantined in the drawer sis….ain’t no bra in this season😩😩😩😂😂😂😂,” she wrote on Instagram.
Despite her failed attempt at the “Savage” TikTok dance challenge, Braxton seemingly loves to dance. She was a contestant on the dance competition reality show, “Dancing with the Stars” in 2015. However, she withdrew from the competition after being diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism.