Reality TV’s newest power couple Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert cover the latest issue of Rolling Out Magazine.
The couple discuss their reality show spin off, ratchet arguments and keeping it sexy in the bedroom.
Here is a quick look at the interview.
Let’s talk about the show, Tamar and Vince. What goes through your head when you’re watching the show?
Tamar: Before it airs, Vince and I both have to see [it], because we are both executive producers and we are very much … involved. There is nothing wrong with having integrity and enlightening people with class, and making sure that we don’t do anything to embarrass ourselves, our marriage, or the businesses that we are both involved in.
Things got out of hand during dinner because of an Instagram picture. An argument occurred and you guys didn’t even finish dinner. How did it get to that point?
Vince: Tamar is just a jealous girl. Tamar always gets mad over something dumb.
Tamar, were you jealous at that point? Why did you get upset?
Tamar: I got upset because I asked him a specific question. Riding in the car going to dinner we were talking about Instagram because I like to Instagram. He asks me, “Did you put up a picture of me on Instagram?” And I said, “Yeah, how do you know?’ Because he does not do any type of social networking at all. He was like, “Well somebody told me.” And I’m like, “Well, who is somebody?” and he names two people. So I was like, “Which one was it, who exactly told you?” Because I just felt like they were being Instagram police. He was so annoyed by it. From a female’s standpoint we don’t do things like that. I just feel like that’s kind of crossing the line.
Although you guys argue throughout the day, it’s very apparent that you love each other and the bond between you is strong. Tamar, how can couples prevent things from becoming dull in the bedroom and what keeps that spark alive?
Tamar: Vince and I are really good friends and we keep our lives and communication open. On top of that, I just feel like it’s important to remain a lady. I don’t think you should always have your head in a do-rag and a scarf. You should remain the girl they saw [on] date night. There’s nothing wrong with going to bed looking pretty or just as good as you do during the day. The communication is the really sexy part of a relationship. Because when you feel like they can just talk to you, it’s very attractive. … You don’t have to dress up, but don’t go to bed looking crazy.