In this Reality Reel, The Braxton family opens up about Tamar Braxton's mental health, as well as 90 Day Fiance': The Other Way stars Kenny and Armando's relationship.


The new season of Braxton Family Values just aired last night, November 5th. In this season, we see lots of ups and celebrations, including Trina's wedding.

But with every up comes a down, and the season also discusses Tamar Braxton's suicide attempt. Tamar blames WE tv for her mental health problems, and she's now leaving the reality show. This was an extremely hard situation for the family to deal with in 2020, but sister Towanda Braxton said:

"No matter what, we are sisters and we love each other. You know, we have our ups and downs, there are moments that we don't like each other, but we still respect, at this point, we are respecting each other's boundaries."

Braxton Family Values airs every Thursday on WE TV.

Fan favorites of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, Kenny and Armando are the first male same-sex couple in the show's franchise. The two recently got engaged - and when asked about their engagement, Armando said:

"I can really say it is the best feeling. It's so amazing to be free, to be out there, to not have anything on your shoulders, you know, weighing you down."

However, the two are having issues with Mexico granting them a marriage license. In discussing Mexico's recent denial of their marriage, Armando said:

"To be with the person I love, to be fighting together for our future together, and nothing stopping us is amazing."

Make sure to follow their love story by watching 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way on TLC every Sunday.

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