The reality star on Wednesday uploaded a meme to her Instagram page sticking to her guns about remaining booked and busy spreading love while staying above the fray.
“Be so busy loving God, loving others, and loving your life that you have no time for regret, worry, fear, or drama,” it read.
Fans were totally here for Roman’s message.
“A WORD 🙌🏾”
“U better PREACH!!!🙌🙏👏”
“Sounds bout right”
Roman’s list of projects has grown significantly over the last year.
The first season of her BET show “Carl Weber’s The Family Business” recently wrapped and before then, Roman starred in a villainous role in the BET film “Fall Girls.” At the top of the year, the actress debuted her rap alter ego Tatiana Trill after earlier explaining on “Sister Circle” that she wanted to realize her dream of being a solo artist.
“I feel like I’m at a point in my life where it’s — I hate to say bucket list, it sounds cliché — but it’s really what it is for me,” she said. “I didn’t do that. Why not me? If other people can make it happen, I’ma get out there. And whether people love it or hate it, it’s just something that I want to do.”
But the foray into music doesn’t mean she’s giving up the TV screen.
Roman is reportedly developing a spin-off of “Basketball Wives” with her family called “Beverly Trill Billies.” On top of that, she still has her Tidal series “Bonnet Chronicles” and is working with Snoop Dogg to create a late-night variety show.
With all that going on, it may seem to fans that there’s just no room in Roman’s schedule to sign on to season eight of “Basketball Wives.” However, the star told Entertainment Tonight last month that she’s still in talks to appear.
“I’m just at a place right now where it’s about protecting my energy and my space and my zen. I have to protect it,” Roman explained Jan. 12. “And so, even within the ‘Basketball Wives’ world, if I were to go back, certain changes would have to be made for me to be comfortable in that environment. 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.”