Tami Roman Predicts BBW’s Cancelation, Says She’s Getting Her Own Reality Series

September 30, 2013  |  

Most of us can agree that Basketball Wives just isn’t what it used to be. During a recent interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, Tami Roman expressed strong belief that this will be the final season of the original Basketball Wives series and revealed that she’s in the process of securing her own show.

On Basketball Wives’ low ratings:

“It’s because there’s no drama. You guys say you want positive TV. They wanted us off the air because we did too much, we had too much drama and too much fighting and stuff like that.”

On the future of Basketball Wives:

“I think that it’s the show’s last season. I don’t really know how many more stories the five of us have to tell.”

“I love VH1. I think that they’re putting a lot of stories out there and a lot of brands out there. With us, I don’t think it’s necessarily a VH1 thing, I just think it’s a ‘Basketball Wives’ thing and we may have run our course.”

On getting her own series:

“I want my own show.”

“We are talking about it as we speak. No, it’s not through Shaunie.”

On why she’s called a bully:

“That is an element of my personality, if you come at me, I’m coming right back at you. I think that people don’t get to see everything that happens in the storylines and so they miss somethings in context. I’m not a bully. I think they have to make characters on the show.”

On apologizing to Meeka and Keisha:

“I did apologize to her [Meeka]. I felt bad about that. I apologized because I meant it. I did see her [Keisha]. I saw her at the reunion and I apologized to her as well. If we run into each other, there will be no issues. Do I like her? Would we be friends? No.”

Check out Tami’s interview on page two.

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