Tami Roman came to the ‘Gram ready to slay some looks. Roman, a former cast member of “Basketball Wives,” sported a black bow blouse with a tight-fitting black blazer jacket. The reality star wrapped a shiny black belt around her blazer and wore a grey fedora hat to go with her business-like ensemble.
Roman’s jewelry game was seemingly unmatched. The model placed a silver brooch on the outside of her jacket and sported a hat dripped in diamond rhinestones. She jokingly told people, “If Griselda was a Black woman, who grew a lil weed… 😂😂😂” to describe her boss-lady outfit.
“Give it to’ em Auntie Tami Damit 😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️,” one user cheered.
A second user wrote,”Tami Mf Roman! 🔥🔥🔥” in response to her drip.
“You are serving.🔥🔥🔥🔥,”a third fan commented.
“Push through Tami😍,” a fourth fan gushed.
A fifth wrote,”Cmon Auntie yassssss 😍😍😍.”
“Get into it ❤️,” a sixth encouraged.
Roman’s caption referred to the Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco. Blanco was a high-level operative in the Medellin Cartel and was known for trafficking cocaine throughout Miami, Florida. Blanco was formally referred to as “The Queen of Cocaine” and was murdered in Colombia when she was 69 years old.
In spite of Roman referring her attire to a famous drug lord, fans seem to really love Roman’s style. The 49-year-old reality star has served multiple looks on the Internet dripped in all black. The dark colors enhance her already snatched waist and the colors seemingly make her legs appear longer.
At 5’9″, the “Saints and Sinners” actress appears to love stilettos. Roman created her own shoe line with the intention of creating sexy clothing for women. According to Footwear News, Roman, who started her own footwear line, owns over 1,000 pairs of shoes.
In regards to starting her line, Roman said, “When I thought about a business I could get into, I wanted to pick things that are organic and authentic to me. I don’t do things because someone else is winning in that lane. I do things I’m passionate about — and in the event it doesn’t take off, I can say, ‘But I still love it!’ ”