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'Dancing With The Stars' Season 21 - November 2, 2015

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Tamar Braxton claims she faced racial discrimination while vacationing in Cabo, Mexico with her family.

Tamar and her estranged husband Vince Herbert spent some quality time together in the city, along with their young son. Tamar claims she faced racial discrimination while vacationing in Cabo, Mexico with her family.

During several posts on her Instagram stories, Braxton revealed her experience at a restaurant that apparently didn’t know what they were in for when the songstress arrived at the premises.

Braxton has slammed the eatery for being racist, threatening and claims she was overcharged for water and a napkin.

“After how horrible our food was…they made us pay $25 for water and a napkin,” she posted after paying $1K for the entire meal.

She continued by saying that the staff followed her outside and allegedly threatened to call a Mexican drug cartel to harm Braxton and her group.

As noted by Rolling Out, Tamar believes the experience was sparked due to racism.

“SMH!! Y’all don’t know?” she wrote. “We are all [minorities] why do you look at Black people as less than? SMH Don’t go here! We are just Black people to them.”

The incident follows several reports of violence at resorts in Mexico. The U.S. State Department is prohibiting all U.S. government employees from traveling to popular resort towns, as sources believe that a “real crime threat” is connected to warring drug cartels.

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