Tami Roman Still Busy Getting to the Money as She Lands New Gig With DC Young Fly

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Tami Roman remains a booked and busy woman.

The actress recently teased yet another new gig on her Instagram account, and this time in involves former internet comedian-turned-actor DC Young Fly.

“We got something special coming 🔥 @dcyoungfly let’s get it! @monascottyoung does it again 🙌🏽,” Roman said on Instagram Monday, March 11.

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DC Young Fly appears to be working on something with Tami Roman on screen. (Photo: @tamiroman/Instagram)

It’s not clear exactly what the project will entail, but Roman also uploaded a quick video to her Instagram Story the same day, giving a glimpse of the duo in front of a green screen.

“So much fun with this one @dcyoungfly 🙌🏽” she wrote across the video.

That’s all the info there is on the effort, which apparently is being helmed by “Love and Hip-Hop” franchise creator and producer Mona Scott-Young. But that didn’t spell zero excitement from Roman’s followers. In fact, it was the opposite.

“😃🤗🔥🔥🔥 idk what it is but I’m excited! 😁❤️”

“Yessss, come thru with another one @tamiroman I’m HERE for it all!!! ❤️❤️”

“Whatever it is…I know it’s going to be lit🔥”

“Yasss keeping them checks coming🙌😍.”

“What ever you got going on, I’m here for it. Stay Blessed 🙏🙏😇😇”

Roman’s list of side projects is nearing the countless realm as she continues to put more and more distance between her time as a star on “Basketball Wives.”

For one, this is the newest collab the actress has with Scott-Young. The first is her family-focused reality show the “Beverly Trill Billies,” which it seems Scott-Young will produce.

Roman was also recently seen filming some scenes for the VH1 variety show “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” late last month. Decked out in a huge Afro and ’70s-style jumpsuit, it looks as if her episode involves a disco theme.

And that’s not all. The star, who recently appeared on TV One’s “Uncensored” and boldly disclosed her tough road to stardom, is also returning to acting.

After she starred as villain Linda in the January BET movie “Fall Girls,” she returned to the small screen and fans saw her in the TV adaptation of the best-selling Carl Weber book series “The Family Business.”

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