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Tami Roman promises to end ‘Basketball Wives’ bullying

While fans of VH1’s “Basketball Wives” anxiously await the reunion show, Tami Roman has already offered a glimpse into what you can expect to see from her come season 5: a lot less bullying.

Tami Roman went on 'The Wendy Williams Show' to admit that she's ashamed of her behavior on 'Basketball Wives'
Tami Roman went on 'The Wendy Williams Show' to admit that she's ashamed of her behavior on 'Basketball Wives'
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Tami visited “The Wendy Williams Show” this week to talk about "Basketball Wives," as well as promote the fact that she will be starring in a scripted series soon (she kept the show's name under wraps).

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Still, it was “Basketball Wives” that dominated the conversation, and after Tami watched her behavior involving Kesha in Tahiti play out on television (and got a taste of the fan outrage soon afterward), Tami admitted that her actions weren't sending the right message to viewers.

“I am raising my two daughters and this particular incident really taught me a valuable lesson. I wasn’t really acknowledging the platform that VH1 and Shed [Media] have offered me and I wasn’t really being responsible and for the first time I looked at my daughters and they weren’t really proud of me as a mom and they were embarrassed of me.”

Tami almost teared up when talking about her daughters, and later, even admitted that she acted like a “fool” this season on "Basketball Wives."

“At the end of the day, the only one I have to blame is me because I was the only one who got up there and acted a fool and I am admitting that,” Tami told Wendy.

To the left, check out Tami’s full interview with Wendy Williams--do you think she's a changed woman?

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