In the latest episode of We TV reality series, Braxton Family Values, viewers will see Trina struggling with divorce problems as she makes a final decision while stressing over Bar Chix.
The episode entitled “In the Hot Seat” also showed her sisters Toni, Traci, Towanda and Tamar asking her questions on her new man Jacent. Meanwhile, Tamar receives feedback on her latest single song.
This comes after the family’s impromptu road trip where Tamar has been criticizing everyone’s melodies as they sang Old Mary while driving down the road. Mom Evelyn Jackson thought it was a good idea as they used to sing in the car together when they were little kids.
But Trina said in the green room camera that Tamar’s act was unsolicited: “Tamar’s really testing everybody’s patience right now.”
The trip comes as a surprise from dad Michael with some help of Evelyn to presumably help intervene with the sisters’ many issues against each other.
To further smooth the tension between them, Evelyn also scheduled a counseling session with Bishop T.D. Jakes.
However, when the bishop brought up the time where the girls were in Atlanta, Georgia, Tamar said that she thought that her sisters did not support her, and more friction began to rise.
“I wanted to show Tamar that we’re supporting her. It didn’t go the way that we intended,” Towanda said to which Trina quipped: “The thing is this… I don’t think we can ever get past it if we have to continually rehash it.”
As the girls continued to bicker, the bishop seemed like he finally had it and told them that he throught they were spoiled.
“This toxicity is largening. When winning becomes more important than loving all the rules get trampled on. Everybody’s wrong and to see you climb all the way up and talk to each other like this… You’re spoiled. You’re flat out spoiled,” he said.
The show which has contributed to the station’s steady climb in ratings, airs every Thursday night..
According to analysis of Zap2It, the series is averaging 600,000-720,000 viewers and has put it to be the best season so far.
We TV president Marc Juris commented on the feat saying, “Our unscripted original series continue to drive consistent growth at WE tv and we couldn’t be happier with this performance. At a time when most of our cable competitors are flat or down, our audience growth is a direct reflection of the quality stories we present each week and the connection viewers make to our shows and characters.”