In the photo, Braxton’s hair flowed down her shoulders and the singer-songwriter struck her pose in front of the mirror in her closet instead of near the water. The “Living Legend” hinted in her caption that she was terrified to soak up the sun despite California opening up some of its beaches amid the pandemic. “MEMORIAL DAY weekend. Beaches are open & I’m beach body ready…🌊but I’m too scared to go.😬It’s still COVID-19. Y’all stay safe !” she wrote.
Braxton’s 3.3 million followers gravitated toward the image and complimented the “He Wasn’t Man Enough” hit maker for her fit physique.
“Toni Braxton you are showing out!! 😍😍.”
“waitttt, we wasnt readyyyyy!😍.”
“🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥The fountain of youth is clearly at your house!”
“Dammmmmmmm Toni🔥🔥🔥🙌 #bodygoals.”
“So you just gone be 25 forever? Is that the plan?”
“Have mercy on us Toni wow💗💗💗💗.”
“Breaking the internet in 3..2..1..😍😍.”
“Oh they not ready for this body sis !!!!!🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥.”
The reality star of “Braxton Family Values” has been taking extreme safety precautions during the outbreak. In 2008, Braxton was diagnosed with lupus, a disease that occurs when the immune system attacks its own tissues, so the seven-time Grammy-Award winner is at a higher risk of catching the coronavirus because of her compromised immune system.
Toward the end of March, Braxton posted a photo on Instagram that showed her rocking a Louis Vuitton face mask. She revealed in her 2011 memoir “Unbreak My Heart” that having lupus is similar to having the flu every day. In a February interview with Prevention, Braxton explained that she learned how to manage her symptoms by cutting down performances, resting, and following a healthy diet. “I’m becoming plant-based. I’m in the process,” she said. Braxton is a pescatarian and shared that her blood work has gotten better since she stopped eating meat.