Basketball Wives star Tami Roman opened up about the bullying incident on "The Wendy Williams Show". Tami had received criticism after she was filmed bullying fellow cast mate Kesha Nichols in a previous episode of the VH1 reality show. Roman told the TV host that her two teenager daughters have received abuse on Twitter after the episode of her bullying Kesha aired.
In response to the recent drama, fellow cast-mate Evelyn Lozada wrote in her blog: "Last night's episode was a whirlwind of emotions for everyone. It's such a sensitive subject for me because I honestly see it from both sides. I'm not here to condemn or condone anyone especially given some of my choices this season, however I will say that once again last night's episode and all that happened forced me to look at and examine myself in ways that I haven't in the past."
Reality show "Basketball Wives" has been renewed for a fifth season. The show has been heavily criticized for promoting bullying after cast member Tami Roman was filmed verbally assaulting Kesha Nichols. However, Shed Media, the company that produces the show, has reassured viewers that cast mates to resolve issues in a non-violent fashion.
Tami Roman of reality show "Basketball Wives" issued a public apology to new cast member Kesha Nichols. In episode 13 of the show, Nichols endured extreme verbal abuse by fellow cast-member Roman who was drunk when she verbally harassed her. Roman, 41, was filmed screaming and swearing at Nichols despite Nichols insisting that she did not want to fight.