Tracy Braxton, singer and younger sister to Toni Braxton, dies at 50 of cancer
Tracy Braxton, sister of singers Tony and Tamar Braxton, died Friday at the age of 50.
The singer and reality star has been in a quiet battle against cancer for the past year, TMZ reports.
She was reportedly joined by her sisters and mother in her last moments.
Farewell: Tracy Braxton, the sister of singers Tony and Tamar Braxton, died Friday at the age of 50. Seen in 2019 in Los Angeles
Braxton is joined by her celebrity sisters on Braxton Family Values, which she featured throughout her entire career from 2011 to 2020.
Last year, Tony announced that the show would be returning for an additional season after moving from his original We TV network to a new channel, but those plans fizzled out last month as Traci’s sister Towanda Braxton confirmed that the show had finally gone well. Month.
Like her sisters, Tracy was also an accomplished singer who achieved modest success with her 2014 song Last Call, which preceded her debut studio album Crash & Burn.
All in the Family: Braxton has been joined by her famous sisters in “Braxton Family Values,” which she featured throughout her entire career from 2011 to 2020; (LR) Tract, Trina, Towanda, Tamara, Toni and Evelyn Braxton in 2013
Although Traci was late to her solo singing career, she was not limited to one medium.
She also worked as an actress, playing one of the highest-billing roles in the 2018 film Sinners Wanted.
Recently, she voiced the announcer in the 2020 TV movie The Christmas Lottery.
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