OK! Exclusive Video: Tamar Braxton And Trina Braxton Argue Over Plans To Take Their Mother To Los Angeles After Her Stroke In ‘Braxton Family Values’ Clip

Aug. 20 2016, Updated 7:52 p.m. ET

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The Braxton girls’ meeting to discuss their mother Evelyn Braxton’s recovery after her mini-stroke quickly gets heated in an exclusive clip from Braxton Family Values’ Season 5 premiere!

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Traci Braxton, Trina Braxton, Tamar Braxton and Toni Braxton meet at Trina’s home in Georgia to discuss the status of their mother after her health scare. Tamar and Toni explain why they feel it is best for Ms. E to move back to Los Angeles, California, where they reside. But Trina stresses that she thinks it would better for their mom to stay in Atlanta, Georgia, as she bounces back from her medical emergency.

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The chat sparks a tense argument between Tamar and Trina. But Evelyn — who is also at the meeting — eventually breaks up the fighting to let her daughters know what she thinks will be best for her!

Watch the Braxton girls argue over where Evelyn should live after her mini-stroke in the video above!

Do you think Evelyn should move to California or stay in Georgia as she recovers from her stroke? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section.

You can catch the Season 5 premiere of Braxton Family Values on May 19 at 9 p.m. EST on WE tv!


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