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Tamar Braxton’s Husband Stable After Collapsing From Blood Clot Complications

Vincent Herbert, husband of Tamar Braxton, and music manager to Lady GaGa and ex-manager to Toni Braxton, has been hospitalized. Herbert collapsed after suffering from breathing complications due to a pulmonary embolism, most commonly known as a blood clot. Bless his heart, he’s seems like a genuinely good guy, so I pray that he pulls through and recovers well.

Just shortly before Herbert suffered from the embolism, news hit the internet that Tony Braxton fired Vince as her manager. Although the announcement was a matter of bad timing the split was very amicable and  happened months before the media reported it. Toni Braxton remains close to her brother-n-law. Herbert is reportedly in stable condition, and is able to communicate…

While in NYC for music related meetings this past Friday, Vincent collapsed and was rushed to the hospital for treatment.  He was initially in the Intensive Care Unit.  Our production source for the “Braxton Family Values” show confirmed to TheYBF.com that while the situation was indeed serious at one point, Vince is more stable at this time, and even talking to friends and family who are currently with him at the hospital.

Our source confirms it was indeed a pulmonary embolism, a blood clot in the lungs that can easily be fatal.  Tennis star Serena Williams also suffered from this extremely serious condition following her foot surgery several months ago.

It has not been reported yet the exact cause of the embolism.

We’re told Tamar was extremely distraught by the whole situation, and hasn’t left her husband’s bedside in New York.  And we’ve also learned the We TV reality cameras were (and are still) rolling, since all 19 episodes of the upcoming season of “Braxton Family Values” (which kicks) off next week have not yet been taped.  So we will likely see this whole emergency play out on tv. {Source}

We hope Vince gets better soon!!!

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