Wait, that wasn’t proper.
Let’s throw this car in reverse, shall we?
The original “Basketball Wives” are sweet, classy, upstanding, sophisticated ladies.
Hmm…wow, suddenly, lying doesn’t seem so easy.
Anyone who has ever seen the show knows that cattiness is contagious. The turmoil reached a boiling point last season, resulting in two women being booted from the original cast.
Royce Reed and Jennifer Williams are those two sacrificial lambs.
Nevertheless, Reed remains fairly cavalier about Evelyn Lozada calling her a non-m*thaf*ckin factor.
Earlier this week, Upscale magazine revealed that Evelyn would be gracing the cover its latest issue alongside her “Basketball Wives” co-stars Tami Roman and Shaunie O’Neal.
During their chat with the magazine, Evelyn shared her hypothesis that Royce was not invited back to the show because she’s just not relevant enough.
Royce didn’t have much to say about Evelyn’s comments on her cast ouster, but she found it curious that her former co-star would still be talking about her.
Especially considering all the work she did to improve her behavior on “Iyanla: Fix My Life.”
“Well we see Iyanla Vanzant doesn’t work 4 every1 right? Some ppl are just mentally slow & walking hypocrites 4 life…:Shrugs & laughs: HA!” Royce tweeted. “Silly girl…Lol…Stay sayin ‘I’m not worried about Royce’ but my name stay in yo mouth…#GroupieAlert.”
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