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Tamar Braxton Won't Be Visiting Estranged Husband Vince Herbert While He's In The Hospital

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Sep. 15 2018, Published 1:25 p.m. ET

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Looks as if things have gotten so bad between estranged husband and wife Vince Herbert and Tamar Braxton that she won't even visit him in the hospital while he's dealing with something very painful.

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He's reportedly been hospitalized with gout in his elbow, which is an extremely uncomfortable medical condition where pain comes rapidly in a very short amount of time.

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The "Love & War" songstress could care less as she has no plans to visit him while he's there. The two are reportedly at the point of not even speaking to one another.

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Tamar filed for divorce from Vince in October of 2017 after almost nine years of marriage together, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason. They share a 5-year-old son with one another.

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Their divorce case may be dismissed, however, due to inactivity between the both of them. The Blast reported late last month that he hasn't responded to the divorce petition, and there's no proof that she properly served him with the papers.

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Tamar has moved on with someone new, which she spoke about on The Wendy Williams Show this past Thursday as well as dropping some major claims regarding her being molested as a child by members of both sides of her family.

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Do you think Tamar is wrong for not visiting Vince in the hospital? Sound off in the comments. 

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