March 29, 2012 06:53 AM by Shayla Perry
When Tami Roman participated in VH1‘s Face to Face chat on Monday night (March 26), people at the network say that they could tell the Basketball Wives star was “a bit under the weather.” Never did they expect to hear that the next day, Roman suffered a mild heart attack. Now at home and beginning a stress-free recovery, Tami is “doing fine and looking forward to resuming her scheduled engagements.” But will she be able to finish this season of Basketball Wives? And will her health prevent her from attending the Reunion Show?
Tami Roman is taking a break from Twitter as she begins a “no stress recovery” following the mild heart attack the reality star suffered earlier in the week.
But first, she posted a couple of tweets to thank her many fans and followers for their support, instructing haters to “get a life — I sure appreciate mine.”
“Thx 2every1 for the get well wishes,” Roman tweeted. “Never thought I’d have a mild heart attack at 41. God has a way of bringing things into perspective. Finally going home 2mykids-heart meds and all.”
According to a press release from her reps, Tami was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early Tuesday and later released.
After a short break, she is expected to return to her “scheduled engagements,” but with the fourth season of Basketball Wives still being taped, does this mean that we’ll be seeing less of Tami in the remaining episodes?
After all, nothing says stress like the ladies of Basketball Wives and all the drama they bring with them.
Yes, her health should be her number one priority, but we can’t help but wonder: What would a Basketball Wives Reunion Show be without Tami???
Get well soon Tami…for all of us!
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