'Braxton Family Values' Sneak Peek: Tamar Braxton Hilariously Helps Toni Decode Birdman's Rap (Exclusive)

Toni turns to her 'ebonics specialist,' Tamar, for a little help in the studio.

Toni Braxton collaborated with her fiance, Birdman, on her new song, "Heart Away," but there's just one problem: she doesn't know what he's saying on the track!

ET has an exclusive sneak peek at this week's episode of Braxton Family Values, in which Toni admits she has no idea what Birdman is rapping, and turns to her sister, Tamar, for advice. 

"Let me ask Tamar. She would know. She's kind of like my ebonics specialist. I don't know rap words, what it means all the time. I didn't know what surfboard meant for the longest time when Beyonce said that, and I found out. But I didn't know at first," Toni says, before calling up Tamar. 

"Question for you. On B's song, 'Heart Away,' he says, 'I got something worth more than money, going to church, freed the birds on Sunday.' What's that mean?" she asks.

"He's talking about you!" Tamar replies. "He's saying, 'Oh my god, like, after you get married, the birds will release the birds. He's saying he's appreciative if he a n***** from the hood."

"I didn't get that. But that's so sweet. It's a love song!" Toni excitedly swoons. 

See the full clip in the video player above. 

Toni opened up about her relationship with Birdman while chatting with ET earlier this month. "He and I have been friends for a really long time, for, like, 17 years and it just grew from friendship to more than that," she gushed. 

"So you gotta keep your friends close," Toni added. "You never know what can happen."

See more -- including details on the singer's upcoming wedding -- in the video below. 

Braxton Family Values airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on WE tv.