Jeremy “JR” Robinson, Tamar Braxton’s fiancé, revealed that the two are no longer together.
“A lot of questions. A lot of assumptions. To be polite, I want to answer everything I can. The lawyer said in an Oct. 1 post to his Instagram Story, “Yes, Tamar and I are no longer together.” “I ended the relationship to work on being a better person and getting back to positive energy.”
He then said, “What happened and why—That’s our private place.” He meant that the details of why they broke up seven months after getting engaged in the last episode of Peacock’s Queens Court would stay private.
Robinson tried to calm people’s fears by denying rumors that he cheated and was involved in breaking into Braxton’s car last month. He also said that he only joined the Peacock dating show, which followed Braxton Family Values star Evelyn Lozada, Basketball Wives alum Nivea, and singer Nivea on their search for love, and their relationship with Braxton for fame.
“No. I’ve never lied. No, I wasn’t with her when her car was broken into while she was at her mother’s house. No. Robinson went on, “I never cared about fame. Who tells their most embarrassing stories to get famous?”
“I have always worked with famous people, and the truth is that I was mentally and financially in a great place.” “I turned down Queens Court more than once before I finally gave in,” he wrote. “In the end, I fell in love, but it didn’t go the way I had planned.”
“So. I want to get better. Tamar and I will always be close friends and family. “Thank you for keeping our privacy safe,” Robinson said.
The “Love and War” singer hasn’t said anything about the breakup yet.
Previously, Braxton got married to director Darrell “Delite” Allamby in 2001, but they broke up in 2003. This would have been her third marriage. After five years, she married Vincent Herbert, the founder of Streamline Records, and they had a son together. They got a divorce in 2019.