Is Tami Roman vowing to change the way she handles herself after the Basketball Wives season four finale ? Speaking of her actions, including attacking Kesha Nichols, Roman admitted to acting "a pure fool" Tuesday.
"At the end of the day, the only person I have to blame is me. I was the one that got up there and acted a pure fool. I'm openly admitting that," Roman told Wendy Williams during an anticipated interview on The Wendy Williams Show. "I have since apologized to Kesha. I have tried to take responsibility."
While Roman became emotional during her interview, admitting her daughters were "embarrassed" by her actions and have been attacked on Twitter, Wendy Williams did not let Tami slide by with a simple apology. Following up on what Tami said about taking responsibility, Williams said "that's nice but what are you going to do differently ?"
"I'm making a personal vow that I will never see that look in my children's faces again," said Roman.
As widely reported, Basketball Wives is set to return for a fifth season. Roman did not confirm whether or not she would be returning.
- watch Tami Roman discuss Basketball Wives, her marriage to Kenny Anderson and more via video link to the left.
In related news, the Basketball Wives spin-off series, Basketball Wives LA, has begun filming a second season. Jackie Christie broke the news over the weekend.
Basketball Wives (Miami) will continue with a two-part reunion special kicking off Monday, June 4 on VH1. The special will be hosted by NBA athlete John Salley.