Tamar Braxton Doesn't Approve Of Sister Dating Kordell Stewart?

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    Kordell Stewart reportedly shared this photo with his Instagram followers on April 28, more than one month after filing for divorce from Porsha
By Christine Thomasos, Christian Post Reporter
February 4, 2014|9:08 am

Tamar Braxton does not seem to approve with her sister Towanda Braxton's decision to date ex-NFL star Kordell Stewart.

The Braxton sisters appeared on the "Bethenny" talk show recently where Towanda,40, was questioned about the rumors that she was romantically linked to Stewart. However it seemed her younger sister Tamar,36 did not approve.

"I mean, I wouldn't consider him a catch," Tamar said on the talk show with her sister present.

Stewart officially divorced from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Porsha Williams late last year. While Williams has spent a great deal of time on her show speaking about her ex-husband's alleged controlling ways, Tamar seems to have taken notice.

The singer and reality television star seemed to disapprove of her sister reportedly dating a man who allegedly did not let his ex-wife leave her home without permission.

"She couldn't nowhere, she couldn't do nothing," Tamar said of Williams and Stewart's relationship on the talk show. "It's not cute."

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However, Tamar insists that people may not know the whole story.

"What I'm saying is this…you don't know exactly what happened. I don't know what actually happened in their marriage, you know so that was just the one side of the situation," she said on Bethenny. "He wasn't on the show, she was on the show. She was telling her side of the situation."

After being questioned about a potential love connection between Braxton and Stewart who have been pictured together publicly recently, Williams seemed supportive of the relationship.

"I think that's great! I love Towanda," Williams said on Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live" previously. "I watch [her] show and if that works for him, then I'm happy."

Braxton seemed to appreciate Williams' kind words.

"I thought that was sweet," she said on The New York City morning radio show "The Breakfast Club." "We should have tea."

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