Tami Roman Alludes That Tahiry Jose Started ‘Fight’ W/ Vado: If You Are The Initiator Of Physical Contact As A Female, You’ve Gotta Take Accountability!
Social media exploded after a recent episode of WeTV’s “Marriage Bootcamp” aired an incident in which rapper Vado grabbed his girlfriend – reality star/model Tahiry Jose. The former “Love and Hip-Hop: New York” star thanked supporters for their concern in a recent Instagram post.
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I’ve definitely been reading through all of your comments, thoughts, and opinions on what happened during last weeks episode. A lot of people feel a lot of different ways, and I understand that. I’ve spent this time gathering my thoughts so that when I do speak on it very soon I can do so from a place of healing, and not emotions. THANK YOU to everybody that’s been sending me so much love! I truly appreciate it! • Hopefully tonight’s episode sheds a little more light on the situation. Tune into @marriagebootcamp_wetv on @WEtv airing at 9|8c! • #Tahiry #HipHopBootCamp #IGotMe
But, also shown in the “Marriage Bootcamp” episode was the argument leading up to Vado’s violent outburst. Tahiry Jose was shown throwing apples at her boyfriend.
This is the aspect that “Basketball Wives” star Tami Roman appeared to take issue with. In an episode of her’s and her husband’s “Bonnet Chronicles Podcast,” they spoke on the incident and Tami Roman said,
“Women have got to understand- and I am in no way…condoning domestic violence. Because I do not. I am a survivor of DV, okay? But I also feel that people need to take accountability in those situations.”
“If you are a female that puts your hands on a man first, you cannot count on the fact that he has been raised to not hit your a** back! And if he does hit you back- God forbid. To me, I feel like that’s a fight. You just fightin’ at that point!…that does not constitute a domestic violence situation to me. If you are the instigator, aggressor, initiator of physical contact as a female in a relationship…you’ve gotta take accountability for the fight that you’ve been in, and you just got the short end of the stick.”
This isn’t Tami Roman’s first time commenting on a reality star’s domestic violence incident. During the 2018 season of “Basketball Wives,” Tami insinuated that Evelyn Lozada made up the story of her domestic violence incident with former husband, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson.
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