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WE Tells All: Tamar & Vince, Clash of the Herberts

Here we are in beautiful Hawaii still experiencing the same argument from last week.  These two are in need of some serious April/LaShawn intervention.  Vince has clearly not moved passed his abandonment issues, and Tamar cannot take the time to listen to where Vince is coming from.   T&VQuote: “Ya’ll gotta try something new if you want to get out of this situation.  The thing that shuts him down is the way you react and talk with him.”  Tamar and Vince can learn a lot from April and LaShawn, so both of them should open their eyes and start taking notes from this couple.  These misunderstandings are amounting to a whole bunch of bull-you-know-what, and it all needs to stop.  T&VQuote: “There’s too much misinterpretation going on here!  You can’t keep throwing salt on wounds.  You said something that was hurtful, and at the end of the day you know it has no validation what so ever.”  LaShawn is right… you have to let it go!  These two are in need of some serious ASAP.

Thankfully, T&V’s first stop off the jet is a trip to see their therapist, Sevin with LaShawn and April.  T&VQuote: “Everything went down from the rooter to the tooter, and we need to get to the bottom of this.”  LaShawn breaks down the for Sevin so he can really understand what went down in Hawaii.  At least Tamar can admit the arguing has taken a turn for the worse, and express herself in more of a calm manner.  Same goes for Vince, however April is right.  These two are both very stubborn people who cannot seem to come together on one single thought.  T&VQuote: “It’s not about who’s right and who’s wrong, because if that’s the case then we shouldn’t be together.”  What Tamar and Vince need to do is admit their flaws; Vince holds on to grudges, and Tamar is very confrontational.  One thing we will say is we are extremely proud of Tamar for admitting she was wrong and extremely sorry for leaving Vince while he was in the hospital.  WE know that must have been very hard to admit, but Vince could have at least given her a more genuine and sincere reaction other than “ok”.  That’s more of a response when someone says, “We’re having meatloaf for dinner.”  You have to give a little too, Vince!  However, T&V both agree to work on certain things that will make their marriage stronger.  Finally, WE feel we have some resolve!

As if this couple didn’t have enough problems, now they have to deal with divo extraordinaire, Miracle and his non-existent listening skills.  T&VQuote: “Miracle? Miracle? Miracle? Miracle? Miracle? Oh, he tried it!  This is my house, not his house… sucka!”  It looks like someone is on the fast track to early admittance to obedience school.  But, if Vince has anything to do with it he may cover up Miracle’s tracks just to make sure Tamar doesn’t realize she is right.

Now, for some comic relief… I’m sorry, but anything that involved Vince, LaShawn, and a basketball just sounds like a recipe for foolery.  These two are sweating like they ran the New York City Marathon, and have currently spent more time rolling on the floor than actually dribbling up and down the court.  This is just sad.  Don’t quit your day job, kids.

Unfortunately, Vince couldn’t clean up Miracle’s messes for much longer so it is off to doggy day care for our favorite pooch.  Lucky for Miracle, the Barkley Pet Hotel provides all the luxury he is used to… including a room which is bigger than our studio apartment.  T&VQuote: “This is a sin and a shame, Vince.”  WE have officially realized why Miracle can’t seem to learn anything during his stays here.  He is too busy choosing between two beds, enjoying spa treatments, and in room dining.  WE wouldn’t learn a damn thing either!

It’s Tamar’s turn to build her brand, and prove she is a fashion beast!  But, this stylist may get a foot up his a-s-s before he even has time to style her if he keeps talking about her not being “20 year old Tamar” anymore. T&VQuote: “No this little girl did not try to read me for my age.”  He probably should have shown her the clothing options before insulting her.  Tamar probably would have been a little more receptive to an “older” look before someone practically called her an old hag.  T&VQuote: “Not Barbara Bush, Jr. the old one!”  WE can’t blame Tamar, though.  She is trying to build her brand and these guys are trying to dress her way too mature for her age.  At least Vince keeps it 100, and is willing to talk to the stylist to try and bring some peace to this mess.  However, the stylist probably should not tell Mr. Tamar Braxton that he doesn’t want his rep ruined by Ms. Tamar Braxton.  Bad move, sir!  Even your apology is not going to help this situation you made for yourself.  You stepped in shit, and you are starting to stink!  T&VQuote: “I gave what was given.”  Oh, he tried it and then some.  Put down the shovel, boo… you’ve dug a deep enough grave.  Buh-bye!  Moral of this story… She won!

Welp… looks like someone found out that Miracle has a Twitter account.  T&VQuote: “You’re not bubbles!”  But, I mean… who would follow a dog on Twitter anyway… WE would! WE love Miracle on Twitter… he’s hysterical!

It’s Round 3 at therapy with Sevin!  The couple has been fight free since their last session, but they need to address the main cause of the fight in Hawaii.  Vince shuts down every time Tamar mentions leaving him in the hospital, and Sevin explains to Vince he needs to be more responsive when Tamar brings this up.  They need to work through this in order to move on.

Will Tamar and Vince finally work through the bickering and the arguing?  Will the pain from Vince’s childhood continue to affect his relationship with Tamar?  What marriage advice could you give the couple?  WE want to hear from you!