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Tami Roman Shares Inspirational Message for the ‘Queens’ In Her Life Including ‘LHH’ Producer Mona Scott-Young

Tami Roman is feeling appreciative for several women in her life.

The star of BET’s “Carl Weber’s The Family Business” on Saturday, Jan. 19 uploaded a meme in praise of those who have entered her life and boosted her achievements.

“Every now and then, a person with no agenda, no ulterior motive and no self-interest will take pleasure in helping you to succeed, grow and live your purpose.

“This person will operate in love, will seek no praise and will want nothing in return,” the meme read.

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Roman added in the caption, “S/O to the Queens in my life that keep me uplifted, empowered, focused, covered in prayer & answer whenever I call, cuz I be needing help chile 😂 I love you all SOOOO much 💋❤️💋SWIPE 👈🏽 @monascottyoung @jillythunda @grayceeme @wendijturner @patricespiritualadvizor @danikaberry @dremanabdallah
Got some men on the squad too! #ganggang #ItTakesAVillage #SoBlessed.”

Among those whom she boosted, she gave a special shout out to Mona Scott-Young, who helms the “Love and Hip-Hop” franchise on Vh1.

Roman is collaborating with Scott-Young on a reality series called “Beverly Trill Billies.” It’s focused on her relationship with boyfriend Reggie Youngblood as the pair blend their families in Los Angeles.

The show is said to be a spin-off of “Basketball Wives” and Roman was pictured at Scott-Young’s Monami Entrainment offices in August.

“I’m thankful that the spin-off is coming now because I get to show the many different facets and dimensions that aren’t actually seen on ‘Basketball Wives,’” Tami told Life & Style of the project in July. “You know I have this great guy, I have great children, I have a great career, I do a lot of philanthropy work, I’m involved socially in my community and outreach programs and I have an amazing blended family, and so it felt like the right time to do something like this.”

The new show has helped fuel speculation that Roman won’t return to “Basketball Wives” next season. And recently, she confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that she’s still in talks about her status for season 8.

“If I were to go back, certain changes would have to be made for me to be comfortable in that environment,” she said Jan. 12. “But we’re still in talks. I don’t necessarily know if I’ll return, but we are talking about how everybody can be comfortable in that environment.”

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