"Basketball Wives" is heading for a seventh season, and there will undoubtedly be a lot more drama in store. However, fans might be a little saddened to know that one of its stars is not going to come back to the show.
As revealed by The Blast, Tami Roman will not be coming back for the seventh season of "Basketball Wives" despite the producers of the show offering her another contract to return. Sources say that while she was offered the deal for season 7, Roman is reportedly considering moving on to do other projects.
Apparently, Roman feels that she has outgrown her role on the show, and she also has not been seen with a basketball player since her divorce from NBA star Kenny Anderson. That was all the way back in 2001. Roman has been a cast member since "Basketball Wives" season 2.
Other than the reality program, Roman has created a sketch comedy web series called "The Bonnet Chronicles" which has garnered a big fan base. The reality star is reportedly receiving offers from producers in turning the web series into a TV show. "The Bonnet Chronicles" also has big celebrity fans, among them being Mario Lopez, Taraji P. Henson, Halle Berry, Ellen Pompeo, and Leslie Jones.
Roman also has yet to inform the "Basketball Wives" producers of her decision, but she is set on formally announcing it soon.
Meanwhile, Malaysia Pargo is still very much in love with her ex-husband Jannero Pargo, and she shared her thoughts on the thing that could have saved their marriage. Pargo recently appeared on "Couple's Court with the Cutlers" where she gave a couple, who were about to divorce, some advice.
Pargo revealed that going through counseling could have been what saved her marriage. Looking back on her relationship with her ex-husband as well as the possible benefits of going through counseling, Pargo said that one of the things she wished she would have done is step back and see a marriage counselor because the two of them still love each other until today.
Malaysia and Jannero Pargo's divorce was finalized back in 2014, putting an end to their nearly eight years of marriage.