By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
Jennifer Williams didn’t have the best exit on Basketball Wives. Not only did she manage to get into a nasty beef with once close friend Evelyn Lozada, but the feud also ended up getting physical. Jennifer got slapped on national television by one of Evelyn’s girl friends, and luckily for Jennifer, security was able to stop Evelyn from joining in on the attack after she jumped on top of the table to get her licks in. Jennifer ended up pressing charges against Evelyn’s friend but later dropped them in an attempt to make some kind of peace with Evelyn. Although Evelyn and Jennifer hugged it out at the reunion, Jennifer confirmed that things will never be the same for their friendship. Months later it was confirmed that Jennifer was fired from Basketball Wives.
Since her exit from Basketball Wives, Jennifer has managed to keep herself quite busy. She has a new man in her life, a new endorsement deal with Shine ‘n Jam hair products, and she’s even working hard to make her lip gloss line Lucid a household name. But now reports suggest Jennifer might make a return to reality television; and it looks like she even though she might be done with Shaunie O’Neal, she’s still managed to grab the attention of fellow reality television queen and entrepreneur Mona Scott-Young, the creator of the Love and Hip Hop franchise. VH1 reports:
It came as a shock to many when word got out that Jenn wouldn’t return to the fifth season of Basketball Wives. Arguably the only “real” Basketball Wife, many revered Jenn for her class and maturity on screen. When asked about her departure she simply stated, “It wasn’t for me anymore.” But does that mean she’s over television, too? Lucky for us, Jenn revealed she’s in talks with Scott-Young to create a reality show of her own, embodying the philosophy that when one door closes, another surely opens. A glimpse into her new business ventures with Lucid Cosmetics, or her relationship with new boo Cisco Rosado (who happens to be the founder of CMG entertainment) could work, especially if we see another side of Jenn– the “real” her, and we aren’t talking about Drake songs.