How rich is Tami Roman?
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|Birth date:||April 17, 1970|
|Birth place:||Mount Vernon, New York, United States|
|Profession:||Actor, Model, Businessperson, Film Producer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Kenny Anderson (m. 1994–2001)|
|Children:||Lyric Anderson, Jazz Anderson|
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Tami Roman is the brash and at times abrasive star of VH1’s Basketball Wives. Due to it’s popularity Tami as well as another cast members demanded a pay raise and because of this she’s paid $400,000 this season. Tami was criticized for her remarks and altercations with a few of the previous cast members Kesha Nichols as well as a face clout to Meeka Claxton. But Tami’s confrontations has purchased the show over 4.2 million viewers per episode. Despite her tough outside Tami had a poor and rough breeding.
Tami Roman Net Worth $400,000
Tami’s mom Nadine Akbar was just 15 years old when she had her. She had a close relationship to her mom who she considered a sister and companion. Her mom raised her own her own after Tami’s dad left and they were made to sleep on the roads when she was in high school. The sister and best lived in her mom’s automobile until she went to school. Her mom passed away in 2013.
Tami was raised in a Muslim family but changed to Buddahism when she graduated from Howard University. Tami also channeled her pain and misery into singing. Growing up she was compelled to be around several drug addicts, many got HIV from sharing drug needles. This expertise lead Tami to act as an AIDS specialist. 22 years afterwards married Kenny Anderson a year later. The couple had two kids together and divorced in 2001. After neglecting to generate payments for 5 years the courts issued the couple pay Tami $800K in back child support or visit penitentiary.
After appearing on Basketball Wives she’s enlarged her career to playing appearing in the TV One show Belle’s. She additionally has a book deal worth $1 million. She’s now working in the guidance publication on teaching girls the way to keep their guys.