"Basketball Wives" star Tami Roman is recovering after suffering from a mild heart attack on Monday, and recently took to Twitter to thank her followers for their support.
"Thx 2every1 for the get well wishes. Never thought I'd have a mild heart attack at 41. God has a way of bringing things into perspective. Finally going home 2my kids-heart meds and all," Roman tweeted.
"I'm off twitter 4 awhile, no stress recovery, but I appreciate ALL the positive energy & the negative 1′s-get a life-I sure appreciate mine," she wrote.
Roman, who is known for having violent cat fights on the VH1 reality TV show, had said that she was feeling under the weather shortly after an episode aired on Monday night.
"Not feeling so well but I hope u enjoyed the episode. Gonna try to catch a re-run and collect my thoughts to blog. Headed to bed early :)" she tweeted before explaining that she had suffered a heart attack.
The mother of two was admitted to Cedar-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Calif. and was given heart medication and later released.
Since joining the cast of "Basketball Wives," Roman, who was once married to former NBA star Kenny Anderson, has made mark as a vivacious, outspoken and feisty fan favorite.
"Basketball Wives," which follows the drama-filled lives of women who have been involved with NBA stars, has grown increasingly popular among viewers of the VH1 network and the show's success appears to have created ongoing problems from Roman.
After a physical fight with former cast member Meeka Claxton, she filed a lawsuit in July alleging that Roman "assaulted, battered, beat, threatened, menaced, attacked, jumped on, pushed to the ground, thrashed, punched, and shoved" her, according to TMZ.
Nine months later, and in a separate incident, Roman was again being sued for damages in excess of $75,000 by a company known as Crème De La Crème Hair, which alleges that the reality star failed to follow through after signing a business agreement.
Roman, who admits to having anger issues, insists that she now has it all under control.
"I have been known to pop a b---- or two, but I'm in total control of my anger management issues now," Tami told AOL's "Naughty But Nice Rob."