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Since announcing her pregnancy, Tamar Braxton’s primary conversation with the press has been about parenting and becoming a mother.

Her latest interview with is no different, but she does get a little detailed about breast feeding.

“I hope that’s the path I’m going down, I’m really going to try my hardest,” she said about deciding the natural way of feeding.

Tamar recently exposed a bit more of her own truth, telling haters that she’s not bleaching her skin, but that she’s suffering from vitiligo.

“I’ve always had it, since I was a young girl,” she told Ebony. “That’s why I tan. People say, “You bleach your skin!” But I tan just so I can have a better tone on my skin, boo!”

She continued, “It’s gotten worse since I’ve gotten pregnant. If you shake my hand now, to me it’s more noticeable. But when you get diagnosed with a skin disorder, it’s hard. It does weigh on your self-esteem. It really does.”

Tamar also decided to move on from the skin bleaching chatter.

“I’m done defending that,” she asserted. “I’m not bleaching my skin and if I was bleaching my skin and I felt like saying so, I would, but for the record, I am not.”

Lighting vs. Lightening OR Black & Bleached
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  3. marshall on said:

    SKIN DISORDER??? It is apparent that Tamar Braxton wants to be WHITE is not limited to the “skin disorder” subject. Look at her BLONDE HAIR/WIG signature-look is no the natural-born hair she was born with; and it is apparent that she has had cosemetic surgery to give her a more caucasian appearance sends a HARMFUL Self-Esteem message to African-American children.

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