Toni Braxton Regrets Not Having More Sex While Younger

Toni Braxton Regrets Not Having More Sex While Younger

Toni Braxton Regrets Not Having More Sex While Younger

Toni Braxton reflected on her career during an interview with The Guardian and wished she would have had more sex and parties while she was younger. She mentioned that growing up religious may have played a factor.

Toni Braxton released her tenth studio album, “Spell My Name” on August 28, 2020. She is one of the highest-selling female R&B artists in history. She has won seven Grammy Awards, nine Billboard Music Awards, seven American Music Awards amongst others.

“I regret not having more sex when I was younger. I should have drank more,” Toni Braxton said. “I should have partied more. Smoked more, even. I think my religious upbringing stopped me doing a lot of things that I should have done. It’s not a good look at the age I am now. The way it works is you do that stuff in your 20s and 30s and then in your 40s you’ve earned enough to pay for the therapy.”

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Braxton grew up in a religious home, she added: “I think my religious upbringing stopped me doing a lot of things that I should have done. It’s not a good look at the age I am now. The way it works is you do that stuff in your 20s and 30s and then in your 40s you’ve earned enough to pay for the therapy.”

Her father, Michael Conrad Braxton Sr., was a Methodist clergyman and power company worker, and her mother, Evelyn Jackson, was a former opera singer and cosmetologist, as well as a pastor. Braxton’s maternal grandfather was also a pastor.

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“I wouldn’t say I was religious, but I am spiritual. I believe in a greater force,” she said.

“When I was seven, my family became very religious. We were Jehovah’s Witnesses; we were Catholic – we tried everything before settling on United Methodist. I asked my mum once what they were searching for and she just replied: ‘It was the 70s.’ The 70s were a very religious era. I think a lot of people were looking for the right path.”

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