Carl Weber’s “The Family Business” star Tami Roman is glowing like she’s been eating her vegetables and staying out of drama and fans love seeing her inner light shine on social media.
The 50-year-old actress and TV personality shared a picture of herself looking carefree and flawless while rocking gold hoops, long wavy tresses, and a dressed-down ensemble. In the post, she shared the reason behind her grin, reminding fans that “There’s always a reason to smile… find it 💋.”
Roman, who left the cast of “Basketball Wives” after the show’s eighth season, appears to be basking in the success of the multiple projects with which she’s currently involved.
In addition to her series regular role in BET’s “The Family Business,” Roman also has recurring parts in “Saints & Sinners” on Bounce TV, and Apple TV series “Truth Be Told,” while also making time to star in Tidal’s “Bonnet Chronicles” mini web series.
Fans had nothing but praise for Tami’s inner and outer beauty on the post.
“@tamiroman tammmmmm but behind that smile she’ll knock the bricks off you💪.. Beautiful Queen❤️❤️,” wrote a fan.
“A breath of fresh air I love the transformation @tamiroman,” complimented a second.
“You look good lady! 😍 Looking all young and vibrant. I’m here for it honey 🙌🏾,” a third fan praised.
“You look so young, refreshed & beautiful in this picture,” acknowledged a fourth. “Peace & happiness really looks good on you.”
“So this what a drama free life looks like❤️ You’re glowing sis!” exclaimed a fifth.
Regarding her BBW departure, Roman told “Married to Medicine” star Dr. Heavenly Kimes that she left because “the dynamic of the show changed” and “it wasn’t fun to go to work.” She also said she would consider the possibility of returning at some point in the future, depending on the cast.
“The cast changes or the cast additions just wasn’t an environment that I wanted to be in any longer,” she explained. “If they made cast changes, yeah because I liked it. I liked most of the girls on there, you know. Um.. so..uh..but they’re not asking me and I’m not answering. They’re happy I’m gone and I’m happy to be gone.”