Tami Roman Goes After Jennifer Williams In Diss Track -- Claims She Hooked Up With Michael Jordan!
Tami Roman and Jennifer Williams have been feuding for years now. The two have taken their disagreements from on screen and carried them over to real life.
On the latest episodes of Basketball Wives, Williams has been at odds with Evelyn Lozada for speaking negatively about her daughter. The friends put their beef to rest recently but Jen is now finding herself in hot water with Malaysia Pargo.
According to a source in Atlanta, Jen allegedly said that Pargo left her house in LA because she couldn't afford it and she leaves her three young kids home alone. Williams denied saying anything of the sort when confronted by the ex of Jannero Pargo Jr.
On Wednesday night's installment, the reality star told Evelyn that Tami bought a pair of pants and tried to return them with 'fluids' on them. This sparked a fire in Roman who is now trying her hand at being a rapper.
The wife of Reggie Youngblood responded with a diss track on her Bonnet Chronicles page. She accused Williams of hooking up with Michael Jordan, selling her soul, and sucking up to Evelyn Lozada.
In the caption accompanying the video, Roman wrote: 'Jennifer COWARD Williams, @jenniferwilliams when you and ole girl weren’t friends you was crying about a sisterhood…then y’all ‘makeup’ and this is what you do? F–k with me? Typical mean girl s–t. I wasn’t concerned, associating with or bothering anyone on this show. I’m trying to be on a positive wave but y’all keep f—ing with me for NO REASON! Now when I saw you, your sh—y breath ass didn’t say a damn thing to me. I’m addressing you specifically because you the one who stay feeding bullsh-t & lies. Shaunie, Malaysia and now me. Keep it gully sus … no attorney, no cops… you want it, I’m present and available!'
Jennifer responded by uploading a message to her Instagram Story saying that she has the receipts.
Tami has also channeled her rap alter ego Tatiana Trill to release a song called No Pressure. Do you think Tami has a future in rap?