I want off this ride! Tamar Braxton's estranged ex, David Adefeso, wants out of her new show Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!.
"David does not want the show to air because he does not want to look bad, and have it affect his business," a source told Page Six.
"There is a scene in the show where David tries to get in between Tamar and… a spiritual adviser. David believes that she practices voodoo, and does not believe in her method of spirituality," the source continued. "There's a scene where production wraps, but the audio is still on. You can hear Tamar yell, 'David, stop.'"
The source is claiming that the show could damage his image and that he "does not want his business to be harmed." Adefeso is the founder of Sootchy Inc., the developer of a tuition-savings app.
OK! exclusively reported that Tamar "walked away" from her reality TV show and was begging for her job back after Adefeso filed a restraining order against the 'Love and War' singer.
"Tamar quit her reality show on WeTV because of her boyfriend David Adefeso," the source exclusively told OK!. "Now he's filed for a restraining order citing domestic violence and she has lost her man and her job. Tamar now knows she made a huge mistake as is begging WeTV to take her back."
The source added that David wanted off the show because he came across as "very controlling" and "too involved in her business decisions."
David called 911 a few weeks ago reporting that Tamar was threatening to take her own life. Strangely, in the call he mentioned the problems that Tamar was having with WeTV at the time to the emergency operator.
Tamar was found unresponsive in her hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in downtown Los Angeles by her ex.
Despite all the turmoil surrounding Tamar, the singer's new docuseries premiered on WeTV on Thursday, September 10. The premiere opened up with Braxton shooting a confessional while being peppered with questions from producers. While speaking to the cameras, Tamar said she was working on turning over a new leaf for the sake of her 7-year-old son Logan — that she shares with ex-husband Vince Herbert — and starting over.
"I lost everything. I lost my identity, I lost my home, my career. I lost everything that was positive in my life," she confessed. "A lot of people don't understand losing everything means you lose everything, including yourself."