Tamar Braxton Rebukes The Devil Amid Vocal Frustrations

Tamar Braxton, the 36-year-old singer-songwriter, is sounding off on critics of her recent vocal issues and rebuking the devil after second guessing herself.

Braxton has revealed her sickness that may have been altering her voice during recent live performances and sounded off on critics who have pointed out her issues. After taking to Twitter to vent, the star of WE Tv shows "Tamar & Vince" and "Braxton Family Values" spoke about tricks from the devil.

"Sometimes the devil will try & trick your mind to make you think you are losing when you are clearly winning.#dontfallforit #GodisSoGood [SIC]," Braxton tweeted.

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She went on to express her hurt and frustration about her vocal issues.

"I waited my WHOLE life 4this moment….& I have NEVER had this many voice issues," Braxton tweeted. "Its embarrassing &hurtful but ive come 2 far 2 give up now [SIC]."

The new mother and wife to music executive Vincent Herbert went on to blast those poking fun of her voice problems.

"Say whatever u like. Talk about how bad u think things r & How I should change this or that but, im no where near where I was a year ago," she tweeted. "I dont have time 2 talk u into liking me or understanding me. Cause no matter what u will always find fault when u r not perfect yourselves."

Despite her issues, Braxton went on to thank her fans for taking the time to understand her.

"..honestly the ones talking the most wouldn't last 1 min in my shoes," Braxton tweeted. "Thanks 2 the REAL #tamartianfriends 4 understanding me when I didn't."

This is not the first time that Braxton has taken to social media to vent her frustrations. Earlier this year she took to her Instagram account to let fans know that she is not too old to have a career, family, or any other dreams that she wishes to pursue.

"I've been called everything but a child of God! The bottom line is that no matter what u say or feel, I'm NEVER going to stop pursuing my dreams and Goals," Braxton's Instagram message read. "If I'm 188 1/2 still trying, nothing you say or do will move me. So get used to being mad cause GOD is just getting started with me. #thatsall"

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