The website doesn’t give a reason why Toni would cut her own sister from the jaunt. This news comes as Toni booted Traci off the trek after she fought with Tamar over her estranged husband Vincent Herbert. Promoters have also told TMZ that they don’t want to deal with Tamar’s divorce situation and they dropped her from the tour as well.
Initially, the tour was supposed to feature Traci and Tamar as the opening acts but now Toni has no openers. With nearly a month away before the tour officially starts, the 50-year-old singer has roughly 30 days to find replacements.
According to TMZ, Toni’s tour is slated to begin on May 22.
In the meantime, Toni Braxton notched her 17th top 10 hit on radio with “Long as I Live.” The song is from her latest album, Sex & Cigarettes.
Here’s a piece of trivia: 25 years ago, Toni nabbed her first No. 1 song on the Adult R&B Songs chart with “Another Sad Love Song.”
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