Tamar Braxton Explains ‘She Can Have You,’ Talks Steroids and Vocal Cords

Tamar Braxton says "She Can Have You" is a legitimate Christmas or Holiday song. Why? Because she's been in that situation, being alone at Christmas.

"It's about being alone on Christmas and this is a personal experience for me," Tamar shared with The Tom Joyner Morning Show recently. "It's about being alone on Christmas and not settling to be with the wrong person. Because on December 26 he's going to act like the same fool or the night of December 25 he's going to be the fool that he is and I'm going to be upset and he gon' be on the phone in the corner and ain't nobody got time for that!"

Looking back at past holidays, Tamar went on to say that she was that girl.

"I was the girl who was alone and upset on Christmas because I'm by myself. Every person goes through (it) one time or another in their life. I just had to write about it," said Braxton . "It just seemed like I kept meeting the same man with a different face… seriously. I'm not male bashing. That's just my experience."

In related news, Tamar is over ten shows in on her ongoing tour with John Legend, but she admits it's been hard to keep her weight in check due to vocal issues and steroids.

"I broke up with food. Food became my boyfriend when I was pregnant. (I gained) like 65 pounds. But then I broke a blood vessel on each of my vocal cords," she told Joyner. "Then I got on steroids and I gained all my pregnancy weight back."