Tami Roman isn’t here for the negativity. The “Basketball Wives” star on Friday, July 27 showed exactly what she meant with an Instagram post that put the haters in their place.
“I heard y’all B—-es was looking for me… bish here I go ~ @kashdoll ❤. Fit: @fashionnova,” Roman said in her caption.
The VH1 reality star got lots of support from fans for her fierce post.
“Who looking for my auntie?!!! They looking for me!”
“Tami you rock!! Forget all the haters!! They wish they could be like you!! You are DA BOMB.COM!!”
“@kashdoll she giving em the G.P.S. (gone pullup sis) cause she ain’t hard to find 😂😂😂😂😂.”
“You look amazing!!! Don’t let anyone get to you, asking if you’re doing something dangerous to yourself! You look healthy, happy, and hot! You are an inspiration to the rest of us, diabetes or not!!! ❤❤❤.”
Roman has been dealing with lots of criticism about her massive diabetes-related weight loss throughout this season of “Basketball Wives,” which came to a head when Evelyn Lozada accused her of looking like a “crackhead.”
And it’s not just Lozada who has been coming after her. BBW viewers have been dissing her too.
“Ummmm… I don’t follow regularly and I’m not on IG a lot but when this picture came up I was shocked. She looks emaciated. I understand the health issue but I have questions?!?”
“Suss, you on drugs?🤔”
Still, Roman has explained time and time again that her thin frame is because of her battle with diabetes and taking control of her health.
“I didn’t lose weight, I lost my willingness to die. DIABETES IS NO JOKE!” she said in June. “I detox, suppress my appetite and make better food choices.”
And even though Roman has appeared to be staying relatively strong, the “Bonnet Chronicles” creator admitted the remarks get to her.
“There’s not a day that goes by where comments like this [don’t] hurt my feelings,” she explained on Instagram last week. “I do have them, you know. I wish I could change my health situation and eat how I want to but I can’t. These types of comments depress me but I’m praying for strength and healing.”