[VIDEO] Tamar Braxton Defends Julianne Hough’s Halloween Black Face: ‘It’s Not That Serious!’

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Halloween is over, but folk are still chatting about Julianne Hough’s recent choice of costume. In short, the Dancing With the Stars dancer (who use to date Ryan Seacrest) was criticized for attempting to darken her skin so that she appeared African American, as she impersonated ‘Crazy Eyes’ (played by actress Uzo Aduba), a character on the popular Netflix show, ‘Orange is the New Black’. A number of celebrities weighed in on the ‘Hot Topic’, one of them being singer/reality star Tamar Braxton. During an interview on Big Morning Buzz Live With Carrie Keagan, she explained that she was not offended at all. Find out her exact words, which may surprise you, on the next page.

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9 Comments to “[VIDEO] Tamar Braxton Defends Julianne Hough’s Halloween Black Face: ‘It’s Not That Serious!’”

  1. Brandi says:

    I 100% agree with Tamar!!! Black ppl tend to be on #TeamTooMuch for the most unnecessary shyt! #getoverit #movingon

  2. The Mrs says:

    i agree with her.

  3. Yakini says:

    Well I disagree whole-heartedly with Tamar. The racial implications of “black face” are deep, historical, and painful. Just because this woman’s “black face” looked more like a bad spray-on tan doesn’t change what she attempted to do…. and what she did is just plain wrong. smdh. I’m a little disappointed in Tamar’s rather superficial interpretation of the situation.

  4. kim says:

    What’s wrong with her face?It looks so bloated lately.I hope she’s okay.Is she pregnant again?

  5. pretty girl says:

    Tell tamar to tell jewish person to forget about the legacy of the holocaust. She would never be in show business again and she knows it.

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