It seems that 2016 just hasn't been Tamar Braxton's year. First, she was forced to leave 'Dancing With The Stars' due to a health scare, then she got fired from her co-hosting gig on 'The Real', and a perusing of her label, Epic Records' website sees her omitted from its roster confirming that she lost her record deal as well. As if things couldn't get worse, it was recently discovered that she won't even be considered for a Grammy this time around at next year's February ceremonies. Her latest album, 'Calling All Lovers' was released last year on October 2, merely two days after the eligibility cut off date to be included in last year's ceremony, Her single "If I Don't Have You", however, was nominated but didn't bring home any trophies. So, it was pretty much a given that her album would be nominated in the R&B categories this time around, Well, unfortunately not so... See why after the jump!
We think it's time Tamar does some serious damage control and FAST! Perhaps drop the diva attitude and humble yourself a little. Stop doing so much! We at the Gamutt have been fans of yours since your first album in 1999 and despite the fact that you've BLOCKED us from your Twitter page, we are still rooting for you and wish you the best.