While Tamar Braxton was hoping to win her first Grammy Award Monday for her song “If I don’t Have You,” the singer is grateful to be alive after a series of blood clots almost cost her her life last year.
The 38-year-old “Calling All Lovers” singer and co-host of “The Real” talk show battled with multiple pulmonary embolisms last year that resulted in the removal of one of her ribs. When the doctor told Braxton about her surgery, she literally thought her life was over.
“I didn’t even believe the doc when she told me I had multiple blood clots,” Braxton told Yahoo! on Friday. “I was really thinking to myself, ‘oh my God, I am gonna die.’”
While Braxton spoke about being in excruciating pain because of her condition, she spoke about gaining strength from her 2-year-old son, Logan, and husband, Vincent Herbert.
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