The Braxton Sisters’ I’ssu’es With Traci Braxton’s Husband Began Long Before Traci’s De’ath

In March 2022, Braxton Family Values star Traci Braxton di’ed at the age of 50 after battling esophageal cancer. Since her sudden death, there have been reports of tension between her husband, Kevin Surratt, and the Braxton family. However, these issues between them did not start after Traci di’ed.

After Traci di’ed, the Braxton family and Surratt could not seem to agree on how to have a memorial service for her.

Surratt—who married Traci in 1996—and Traci’s management team held a viewing for her a few days after she di’ed, which was al’lege’dly against Traci’s wishes.

“Traci did not want a fun’eral or wake. She did not want people looking all over her body. She specifically requested to be immediately cre’mated,” a source told Page Six. “There was a Zoom meeting that made it clear about what she wanted, and now her husband is trying to cash in on her name.”

Her sisters and mother did not attend the service. Her father, Michael Conrad Braxton, tried to a’tten’d but was al’lege’dly turned away at the door. “Someone from the church recognized him and let him in and he had to sit in the fourth row,” the Page Six insider shared.

On what would have been her 51st birthday on April 2, her family had a private service and celebration for Traci. Surratt was repo’rtedly not invited to the event.

The two sides already had issues before Traci Braxton’s de’ath

Traci recalled, “They went on with their lives and it’s like oh my God, I don’t have my sisters anymore, I don’t have my limb anymore. How am I supposed to write and I’m great at it? It’s upsetting.”

This fe’ud also led to tension between Surratt and the other Braxton sisters. For example, as reported by Urban Belle Mag, in 2020, Towanda made negative tweets about Surratt on Twitter, saying that he was not a “real man” and reminding fans that Surratt and Tr’aci went on Marriage Boot Camp to help salvage their relationship.

He also clai’med that Traci did, in fact, want “a viewing and one memorial service in conjunction with her management, PR and other members to come together and celebrate her.” Surratt also al’lege’dly invited her mother and sisters, but they “did not show up.”

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