Tami Roman said she’s learned to use her words first before fighting on this season 4 of "Basketball Wives: Miami."
You’re about a see a kinder, gentler side of Tami when "Basketball Wives" returns this season!
After such an explosive cycle last year, including that unforgettable rumble in Rome, Tami said she’s not as quick to swing during a disagreement.
"I have actually learned how to talk before launching," Tami said with a laugh. "Before the left hand leaves my side, before the drink is thrown, before I potentially lunge over the table, I’ve learned to talk and try to get to the bottom of things."
Tami said she’s getting a handle on her temper and you’ll see her attempting to keep the peace this cycle. To sum it up, she’s "just trying to calm down to calm down a bit and be more adult."
Helping Tami’s goal of being a little more mature this season is that fact that Meeka Claxton did not return to the show. "For me, life without Meeka is grand," Tami said, noting that this really only applies to filming "Basketball Wives: Miami." Find out how Meeka is still something of a factor for Tami in the clip below.
Tami also popped up on VH1’s "Big Morning Buzz Live" on Friday, where she held up her resolve to keep things as amicable as possible.
That effort includes her staying out of the fray in the infamous feud between former BFFs Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams. "Oh, I’m Team Tami," Tami said, when asked which one she’s backing.
“I kind of mind my business unless it pertains to me,” Tami said. “So I like them both and I’m still friends with them both even though they’re in the middle of conflict.”
Speaking of business, Tami’s been very busy in the off season! Not only was she developing and promoting her hair line, Curls by Roman, she’s also been working behind the camera. Her short film The Tombs has already debuted at two film festivals that could have it in line for an Academy Award.
"We’ve made it into two Oscar-qualifying festivals. If anybody knows, that’s hard work," she revealed. "We’re hoping to get into SXSW next."