Tami Roman is a bully + Nicki Minaj calls last nights episode “sad”

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Did anyone else see last nights episode of Basketball birds Wives? If you did you were probably deeply disturbed by what you saw on tonight’s episode that focused on a confrontation between Kesha Nichols and Tami Roman. During the episode Tami confronts Kesha over a comment she made to Suzie and Royce about Tami making herself look stupid, (which she does so well) and proceeds to verbally attack her and hold her purse hostage so she can add fuel to the fire and try to get Kesha to fight to get her belongings back. Peep the clip.

Besides the obvious reasons in which I should be disgusted, I was especially disgusted with the altercation because it screamed nothing but BULLY to me and reminded me of all the gay youth who have taken their lives because some ass was bullying them and making them feel unworthy of being loved or even alive. This shit is sad and I hope Tami’s kids make a note about bullying based off their mothers ignorant behavior. Tami shame on you for being a bully at the ripe age of 43. A MESS.

Nicki Minaj weighed in on the episode tweeting that it was “sad” and retweeting a link to Kesha’s blog where she talks about how serious bullying really is. Kudos to Ncki for voicing an hoest opinion about the tomfoolery that took place last night. Girl power! Hit the link below and spread the message to your peers. Bully’s suck!

Link to Kesha’s blog

UPDATE: Tami apologized via twitter last night but no one really cares….Carry on.

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