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‘She Look Happier Since She Left That Man’: Tammy Rivera Stuns Fans In This Black Ensemble

It appears that Tammy Rivera‘s split from her estranged husband Juaquin “Waka Flocka Flame” Malphurs has done the reality star some good for several reasons, at least from the standpoint of fans.

One difference fans are noting involves Rivera’s changing looks. On Sept. 19, in a now-deleted Instagram story, Rivera was seen getting ready to hit the town with her teenage daughter Charlie Rivera as she jammed along to H.E.R.’s “Say it Again.”

The 36-year-old rocked an all-black attire that consisted of a cut-out top, pants and white furry heels. As for hair and makeup, Rivera kept it reasonably simple by sporting a full face with gloss and styling her wavy tresses in a middle part.

Throughout the entire video, The “Waka and Tammy” star appeared to be feeling herself as she seductively posed and danced for the camera. As the clip made its rounds on social media blogs, fans brought up how Rivera seems to be glowing more than ever since confirming her separation from Malphurs in March after almost eight years of marriage.

“She look more happier now since she left that man.”

“Why we get sexier after break ups.”

“Sis is glowing… That break up was a healing!!”

“@charliesangelll looks so bomb you glow when you’re truly happy.”

Among the previous remarks, others claimed another factor contributing to Rivera’s glowing appearance was her new golden hair.

One wrote, “TAMMMMYYYYY BADDDDDDDDDD and this hair color is giving what it’s suppose to give.” Another said, “You look so pretty @charliesangelll This hair color suites you!”

A third social media user posted, “That’s a great hair color on her.”

This post comes weeks after Rivera and her daughter Charlie Rivera made headlines for their fashion choices while attending a pop-up shop event in Atlanta, Georgia, for luxury men’s clothing brand Paris Laundry.

Rivera wrote in the caption, “Bro @ceoflashy called me and niecy pulled up in @parislndry #AFamilySlay.”

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