Tamar Braxton Slams Rihanna’s Photographers for Messing Up ‘Hot Sugar’ Music Video



The response to Tamar’s “Hot Sugar” music video hasn’t been that…hot.

Gomillion and Leupold have been showcased recently by Rihanna as they’ve been following her around and shooting her on her Diamonds world tour. Those fierce shots in Abu Dhabi are just one example of what they’ve been doing.

According to Tamar, G&L dropped the ball in the middle of working on her “Hot Sugar” project.

As soon as G&L started posting pics of Rihanna’s River Island shoot in Greece , Tamar took to the comments of one of Rih’s pics on G&L’s Instagram and let them have it!



Well well well, we don’t think the blame can be put solely on the photographers. That video was WACK! and i’m always routing for Tamar but that was a hotmess.com and if she was smart she would re-shoot that shit quick, fast and in a hurry. What do you think is Tamar right or does she have a point?



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