Tamar Braxton Shares A Painful Memory On Social Media

Tamar Braxton shared a sad memory on her social media account. Check out the post that impressed a lot of people.

‘The memory of this day does not get any easier.💔 I can almost remember everything so clear, I know what I had on, where I was and who I was with when the news came on. We all lost so much that day. I pray that we all have found some healing as we remember 20 years of that awful day when America was still. 💔🙏🏼’ Tamar captioned her post.

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Someone said: ‘Prayers for the family’s and the people that lived in N.Y.may the lord cover you all and give you the strength to make it through this week have a wonderful sunday❤️’

One fan said: ‘ i remember the energy on that day it was crazy here in New York,’ and a follwoer said: ‘I was in my 4th block typing class my sophomore year in high school and my teacher son was working at the pentagon and my literature teacher shared some deep information and pictures with me and my classmates and we could actually see what she was telling us.’

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One other follower said: ‘Yes me too I remember going to work at Newark Beth Israel hospital I was pregnant with my twins I could see the smoke from the hospital window,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘So you don’t know half of it are you I live there are used to live there I lived in New York City.’

A fan said: ‘This day I lost my God brother too senseless crime 😪 and the world 🌎 lost thousands of loved ones. Thank God for his protection and GRACE 🙏🏾 @tamarbraxton,’ and someone else posted this: ‘You don’t know how to spell traded those other people because they had Longview and they were current and they were driving a cab.’

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