Deirdra Muriel Roper also known as DJ Spinderella among millions of her fans across the globe is a beautiful lady who was born on 3rd August 1971 in Brooklyn, New York, USA, accounting her current age to be 43 years, black in ethnicity and an American in nationality.Not much is known about her basically but some facts about her personal as well as her professional has been discussed in some of the famous web sites including some wiki as well as many other wiki sites.Tami Roman, this year's standout addition to "Basketball Wives," stopped by Power 92.1 in Richmond to dish on all the behind the scenes drama, including her fight with Evelyn Lozada, how much the ladies earn and if she actually stole Kenny Anderson from Spinderella. When "Basketball Wife" Tami Roman stopped by Power 92.1 to chat with TT Torrez, she spilled the tea on what's been going on the "Basketball Wives" season finale and reunion show.And, as usual, we have the highlights of the important parts for you below: On not fitting in with the other "Basketball Wives": She said she thinks everybody comes from a different place and she is a bit more modest when it comes to flashy clothes and things like that.You have exceeded the time limit and your reservation has been released.The purpose of this time limit is to ensure that registration is available to as many people as possible. They were also one of the first rap artists to cross over into the pop mainstream, laying the groundwork for the music's widespread acceptance in the early '90s.
Along with LL Cool J, the trio had major hits in both the '80s and '90s, and, if anything, they hit the height of their popularity in 1994, when "Shoop" and "Whatta Man" drove their third album, Very Necessary, into the Top Ten.
Ahead of the Thursday show, the Journal Star talked with Salt-N-Pepa's famous DJ, Spinderella, about her memories from that decade and what it has been like to return to those recollections this year. We always say before we take the stage, "Let's have some fun." Once we enjoy it and we're having fun, the crowd sees it and does the same.
Q: When the concept of the "I Love the '90s Tour" was presented to you, what did you think about it?
Tami then explained that the fight was about dishonesty and Evelyn not telling her about the affair.
She says she was upset because Evelyn should have been more upfront before they started to develop a relationship.