Media personality and entrepreneur Bevy Smith returns to Tamar Braxton’s popular podcast ‘Under Construction‘ to continue their deep conversation from last week’s episode about periods in their life where both celebrities had to start from scratch financially and mentally after major life changes. Tamar shares how she moved into a two-bedroom apartment with her son Logan after her divorce and Bevy talked about being recognized at the bus stop after giving up her six-figure job. Bevy appeared on the podcast to discuss her book, Bevelations: Lesson from a Mutha, Auntie, Bestie.
‘Under Construction,’ which launched in November on Stitcher’s recently launched More Sauce network and has already attracted a legion of loyal fans and has at times become a trending topic, thanks largely to how Tamar approaches topics with honesty and openness and her signature sense of humor and optimism. She kicked off the new year with a slate of exciting guests including Academy Award nominated actress Taraji P. Henson and her co-host of her Facebook Watch show Peace of Mind, Tracie Jenkins where they discussed mental health; Real Housewives of Atlanta alum and Tamar’s close friend NeNe Leakes and their truthful discussion about reality TV and why they both walked away; as well as Entrepreneur John Hope Bryant who had a real conversation about money, an area even Tamar admitted she struggled with.
Following Tamar’s own mental health struggles, “Under Construction” offers listeners a front row seat to the work she is doing on herself. As host, she pulls back the curtain and invites the audience along while she speaks with experts, friends and celebrities alike about their own experiences on topics that everyone can relate to from single parenthood, to weight loss to finding and submitting to love.
Tamar has built her dedicated fanbase throughout the years as a multi–Grammy Award-nominated singer, and 5 time Emmy nominated, co-creator and co-host of “The Real,” as well as creator and star of, We TV’s “Braxton Family Values.” She also was the winner of season 2 of CBS’ “Celebrity Big Brother,” and was a contestant on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” She is a devoted mother and mental health advocate who is candidly sharing her own experiences in an effort to destigmatize the conversation around mental health, especially within the black community.
New episodes of “Under Construction” are released on Wednesdays and you can listen on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and all major podcast apps.