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Tami RomanTami Roman, known to call a sista a “b**ch” in a heartbeat and scream her into a corner even quicker, is saying that she feels bullied by “Basketball Wives” critics and they should be more mature when voicing their issues with her, reports Sister2Sister Magazine.

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We couldn’t make this stuff up if we tried.

“The way I’ve dealt with things over the course of my life comes from deep-routed issues,” said Tami to S2S. “Everybody has to respect the fact that people are going to take the journey and cross bridges when they’re ready to do it,” she said. “People judge based on how they would handle a situation. They don’t take into consideration how a person was raised. Everybody’s going to handle things differently.”

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“Waking up to negativity on Twitter, negativity on Facebook, negativity on blogs, it’s emotionally and mentally draining,” she continued, “and things people say because they think they know you for watching you one hour of the week, it can weigh on your psyche.”

Often accused of being a bully, Tami says that people who criticize her and her co-stars are pretty close to being bullies themselves:

“You don’t have to follow me on Twitter. You really don’t. You don’t have to like me on Facebook. You don’t have to do any of that. If you disagree with how I handle something or the way a moment went down, you can say that and you don’t have to call me a b**ch. You don’t have to call me a lowlife. You don’t have to call me a hood rat. You don’t have to call me out my name to get your point across,” she said.

We hear you loud and clear, Tami. Maybe our readers will try to be more considerate of your feelings.

In the meantime, tune in next week as Tami continues terrorizing cast-mate Kesha in Tahiti. After calling her “b**ch” several times and warning her to be careful because she’s “not the one to play with,” Tami holds Kesha’s purse hostage, tells her it’s some “punk s**t” to report it stolen and dares her to come and try to take it from her.

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