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24 Jul 2020

Tamar Braxton has been moved to a hospital in Los Angeles for specialized treatment that focuses on mental health

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ABOVE PHOTO: Tamar Braxton  (Photo: Jamie Lamor Thompson / shutterstock)

Florence Anthony

According to various reports, following a possible suicide attempt on July 16, Tamar Braxton is alert and responsive and has been moved to a different hospital in Los Angeles to receive specialized treatment that focuses on mental health. The hospital offers special doctors who deal with depression, anxiety, and sexual assault trauma. Meanwhile, a source spoke to Braxton’s ex-husband and manager Vincent Herbert following the incident. The entertainment executive revealed that the former couple’s son, 7-year-old Logan Vincent Herbert, is with him at his apartment in Los Angeles. Tamar and Vincent have shared custody of Logan……..

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Brandy is set to release her highly anticipated new studio album, “b7,” on July 31 via Brand Nu Entertainment /Entertainment One (“eone”). The album is available for pre-order now at all DSPs and at: In addition, her single “Baby Mama” featuring Chance the Rapper is currently at #7 at radio on the Adult R&B chart.  Released around Mother’s Day, the track is an ode to raising her daughter Sy’rai and a larger anthem to all mothers working hard to support their family………

 NBA player Jrue Holiday will donate the rest of his 2019-2020 season salary to nonprofits, Black owned businesses, and HBCUs. The fund-dubbed the Jrue and Lauren Holiday Social Justice Impact Fund – is worth over $5 million. Said the New Orleans Pelican Guard: “God has blessed us with so much. To be able to give away money to help further this movement and Black-owned businesses that have taken a hit COVID-19 , to us, it felt like the perfect time and opportunity.”……….


The Harlem Renaissance 2.0 Banners along West 125th Street from Morningside to 12th Avenues in Harlem is part of an annual public art and performance initiative celebrating same gender loving SGL/LGBTQ+ African American heroes and sheroes who pioneered the Harlem Renaissance. The  2.0 docudrama will also  feature narratives of modern day SGL/LGBTQ + notables as the success or generation of the Renaissance icons spotlighting Tony Award-winning producer and press agent, Irene Gandy, New York State Supreme Court Justice W. Franc Perry, Tony Award-winning choreographer, George Faison and activist and mental health expert, Bonnie Harrison. The unveiling is scheduled for Saturday, July 25 at 12 noon at 125th and Broadway, outside The Forum at Columbia University. Due to COVID -19, attendees are asked to follow social distancing protocols and wear face masks……

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