Tami Roman (pictured) says that she is fed up with being made to look like a bully and will not be returning to “Basketball Wives” next season.
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When asked by a fan on Twitter about coming back to the show for a 7th season, Roman’s answer was simple.
No “@RealityTVFiend: @TamiRoman do you think you’ll return to next season’s #BasketballWives if there is one?”
— Tami Roman (@TamiRoman) September 10, 2013
So far during this season, executive director Shaunie O’Neal, her right-hand goon Evelyn Lozada, and Suzy Ketcham, who’s just happy anyone is friends with her at all, have decided that Roman is going to be this season’s outcast.
This has been particularly hurtful for Roman who is grieving the loss of her mother, Nadine Buford, who passed away on July 23.
Watch Roman defend her character in her YouTube video blogs here:
Tackling the sensitive topic in her video blog, Roman makes it clear that this is not just entertainment for her. She’s sharing a painful journey and she is also clear where O’Neal’s loyalties lie.
According to Roman, she plans on addressing all of her frenemies during the reunion special.
When one door closes, though, another one opens: Roman has reportedly replaced Tamar Braxton as a co-host on VH1’s “Tiny Tonight,” recently tweeting the following:
“Joining the girls of Tiny Tonight, cant wait 2work w/ @TinyMajorMama TRINArockstarr & @claudiajordan -Thank U Tiny!”
We’re rooting for you, Tami!
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