“Listen, y’all ain’t ready for London this season. Baby, the Duncans are back, your favorite family is back in town, you better get into it,” said Roman of her character, London, and what’s to come this season.
Aside from the excitement over the upcoming season, fans were fawning over Roman’s style.
“Tami stay fly 😍”
“You are slaying it Tami”
“You go girl, and looking good. 👏👏👏”
The show is based on New York Times bestselling author Carl Weber’s hit novel series of the same name that details the life of a family from the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York, that runs a luxury car dealership by day and lives a life of unsavory activities by night.
Roman portrays the eldest daughter, who is also a single mother. Fans of the show sang her praises and are more than ready to see the “Basketball Wives” veteran continue to display her acting chops, as well as to find out what’s next in the story.
“I can’t wait I love the Duncans 💖💖”
“I been waiting on y’all ❤️❤️”
“Love u on that show girl ur dif into it sis 💯”
Since being catapulted into the limelight following her stint on “The Real World,” Roman has racked up acting gigs on a host of movies and shows, including “Saints and Sinners,” “Extant,” “One on One” and “Half & Half.”
The 49-year-old struck gold on social media when she created her comical “Bonnet Chronicles.” The videos were such a hit that streaming service Tidal offered Roman a miniseries deal to feature the content on its platform.
One things for certain, Roman isn’t going to let a lack of sleep prevent her from securing a check and further building her acting career.