Basketball Wives Reunion
March 16, 2011 by Post Team
Basketball Wives Reunion, Part 1 of the series reunion Basketball Wives has left us scratching your head wondering if they were the same ladies we had followed all season. It was far from the mega drama we witnessed the woman every episode of season 2. But last night, the claws are out in Part 2 of the meeting and the ladies showed their true face.
Royce and Evelyn had the slaughter of the century! Royce called Evelyn to the number of men she had been linked to this season and jumping into the sack with Chad Ochocinco on the first date. In return, Evelyn blew Royce to look at the mess on the camera and its lack of fashion sense.
Royce then went on Jennifer. She lost cool points when she took out her phone and read a text message that claimed Jennifer recorded fled her own nde photos on purpose. She spoke of Suzie have diarrhea of?? The mouth: talk about the pot calling the kettle.
Evelyn has forgiven Suzie; no friendship included. Suzie has announced that it will not return to the show. And as a parting gift, Tammy Suzie has some advice: Do not discuss personal conversations you have with someone with someone else that person … I hope that Royce was listening to this notice.
Tammy and Evelyn did not exchange words. Evelyn almost in tears (yes, Evelyn) … Her voice trembling, visibly, she revealed that her only regret was not to say earlier that she slept with Tammy Tammy’s ex-husband, Kenny Anderson. She, too, expressed that she hoped she could get and Tammy past and become friends. They just can bounce back after their final battle, after all.
Ultimately, it Shaunie clearly wants everyone to return for season for a fresh start to mend the circle and trying to be civil with one another. Shaunie invite even included Gloria, whom she almost went to blows with this season. Good luck with that one, Shaunie!
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