Tasha Marbury defends weave bar


    Tasha Marbury doesn’t need Tami Roman’s help to get her business Celebrity Sew-Ins off the ground.

    Things might have gotten off to a rough start for Tasha Marbury’s weave bar, but the “Basketball Wives” newbie said business is now booming for her newest venture.

    “It is so disheartening to hear and see my fellow cast mates bash what is now an extremely successful business venture,” she stated on Instagram earlier this week after VH1 aired the disastrous opening of Celebrity Sew-In. “Yes they caught us during our soft opening blues but all the kinks are now fixed!”

    Then she moved her commentary over to Twitter where she brushed off cast mate’s Tami Roman’s digs on Celebrity Sew-Ins and her business advice. Contrary to how Tami prefers to do business, Tasha doesn’t think she needs to be an expert in a given field if she’s going to invest.

    “As I said previously, women of color give each other the hardest time! When you invest, [it’s] all about the return on your initial investment #ROI,” Tasha tweeted. “I may have a bachelors in Nursing and a bachelors in Zoology. May not have went to #Wharton but I do understand business and finance.

    Speaking of credentials, Tasha slung a little shade Tami’s way by suggesting that the “BBW” veteran, who is known for keeping some extensions in her tresses. In Tasha’s opinion, Tami simply doesn’t have the credentials to be dolling out any business advice.

    “If you attended Kellogg, #Sloan, or #Harvard, I will definitely listen to your business advice and ideas,” Tasha concluded. “Those that went to top b-schools, can give me advice. If your business makes millions in profit, I will listen to you as well #LetMeBe.”

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