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Toni Braxton Made A Confession That One Of Her Love Songs Was Actually About Smoking Weed

October 30. 2012

Tamar Braxton and Toni Braxton

Grammy winning R&B singer Toni Braxton made a somewhat stunning confession to her fans this week, stating her song "You're Making Me High" is actually about smoking marijuana, not being in love. One should have been able to tell from the title that is what she was singing about, but people did not expect that from her. Braxton recently stated she had smoked her first marijuana joint and then wrote the song with Babyface.

I didn't buy the CD featuring "You're Making Me High" as her image had grown too raunchy for me at that point and unnecessarily so. I preferred Braxton's debut CD, which was her best release, as it featured the songs "Seven Whole Days" and "Breathe Again" (seriously, were you not going to "breathe again" if the guy didn't come back - okay, no one is that special).

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