Tami Roman being sued by weave line

Every other week it seems as if someone is suing one of the ladies from Basketball Wives. This time it’s Tami Roman being hit with legal documents. Tami entered into an endorsement deal with Crème De La Crème Hair, a company that sells hair for weaves. Part of the endorsement agreement had Tami promoting the line on the VH1 show. The company is saying that Tami breached her agreement and has also started her own hair line.

Crème says part of the deal called for Roman to “have an appearance on VH1’s ‘Basketball Wives’ where she will discuss her hair line with the [Crème’s] owners.”

But according to Crème, Tami bailed on every attempt they made to coordinate their appearance on the show. 

The final straw for Crème came last month when Roman was supposed to promote Crème at a hair show in Atlanta. They claim Roman showed up as planned with a “BB Wives” film crew … but was there promoting her OWN line of hair in competition with Crème. They also claim Tami’s manager instructed the crew not to film anything Crème.

Crème is suing for damages in excess of $75,000 and they want the footage shot for “BB Wives” pulled from the show unless it’s edited to feature them. 

Roman tells TMZ, “My responsibility is to my fans and supporters. I can no longer be affiliated with a company that does not uphold my standards with regards to quality business practices.”

What type of business practices came to light? I hope Tami had an out clause written into her contract. Tami sure has come a long way from her season 2 weave game. No matter what your finance level is, a bad weave is a bad weave. Still no explanation offered for this atrocity.

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