Last week, “Braxton Family Values” reality star and singer Tamar Braxton rushed to the aid of her hubby Vincent Herbert, who was reportedly hospitalized for a third time due to his current health issue.
The 43-year-old music producer and founder of Streamline Records (an imprint of Insterscope Records) was said to be not feeling well and was immediately checked into an emergency room while he was in New York City for Tamar’s scheduled appearance on BET’s “106 & Park.”
The singer was in town to debut her latest music video, “She Can Have You,” off of her “Winter Loversland” album (available now) and tweeted via Twitter:
“Thanks to my family @Bet & @106andpark Steven, Mercedes & EVERYONE for showing so much love & understanding to Vince & I when we needed it most!”
BET’s host Bow Wow took the pleasures of premiering the video while saying, “Tamar couldn’t make it today because of an emergency.”
Vince is rumored to be back in Los Angeles. Stay tuned as the story develops.
Back in 2011, Vincent was first hospitalized, but ‘BFV’ viewers didn’t found out about Vince’s health problems until in February 2012. Despite knowing how serious his situation was, viewers however didn’t know about the full details.
Herbert went into a coma and Tamar was asked by doctors to sign “a lot of papers” to determine Vincent’s critical medical procedures. Tamar eventually fired one doctor treating her doctor because she felt he was too young. In the end, Vincent made a full recovery.
A few months later she told JET Magazine:
“It went from dinner, to a doctor, to a hospital, to he’s in a coma.” Suddenly Tamar had to make life changing decisions. “I had to sign a lot of papers. I’m happy that we were friends because when you’re going through ‘what would he do?’ you remember those conversations.”
The singer claims the two had never had a life changing event until this scare. “It was the first thing we ever had to deal with outside of the normal relationship thing,” she told the magazine. “He was in the hospital for 40 days.”
In April of last year, Tamar sat down with S2S magazine to speak about her Hubby’s health and revealed, “I was so scared, but we wondered whether Vincent was afraid during this medical emergency.”
She added, “he hasn’t said, but I think he was,” Tamar told us. “I think he was when they put him in the induced coma.”
Originally, Vince went in for a CT scan, but Tamar was later called down to the waiting area of the hospital where she was told to “call your friends and family” because his health had gone into such a sharp decline.
“Thank God my mother and my father was there with me,” said Tamar. “Honestly, I’ve never had this happen before. I could not feel my legs.”
And in late October (2012), Vince collapsed and suffered a pulmonary embolism — a blood clot in the lungs that can easily be fatal — while he was in NYC for music related meetings. He had to remain in the City for a few weeks before being told by doctors he could travel.
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