Basketball Wives’ Evelyn Lozada Misses Jennifer Williams
After trying to kick Jennifer Williams’ ass in front of millions on national television, Evelyn now realizes she misses her in her life.
By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
The fourth season of VH1’s Basketball Wives has been nothing short of an absolute train wreck. It was agonizing to watch grown women hurl bottles of wine at each other over classy restaurant tables, sic their assistants on their former best friends, and even snatch purses like the typical thugs on the street corners. Despite the petitions and the internet protests, the show prevailed on and is returning back to the ratchet television network for a fifth season. A lot of relationships were damaged this season, with Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams’ 10 year old friendship being the most affected.
Although the two ended the season with the mutual desire to completely end the friendship with no possibility of rekindling their relationship, Evelyn seems to have reconsidered in these last few months of no cameras.
In a recent interview with Vibe Magazine, she comes clean on her realization of how she does miss the one chick she pretty much hated during the taping of the fourth season:
“I miss her. We were friends for 10 years. I was in her wedding, so you know yeah, and your thinking you guys are going to do this show together, your BFF, and then you’re kind of like ‘what happened’?”
Lozada also realizes it’s even harder to move on from a friendship when you have mutual friends in common with the one person you’re not on good terms with:
“And we are mutual friends with a lot of people, so everything else became weird energy. It was tough.
I live by loyalty and I feel like, at that point, I broke the friend code. I should have never broken that code and I should have never stooped down to that level.”
These two are insane. Things should have never got that intense and both should have wanted to be a little bit more clasy on national television. Hopefully, they can both move on and at least be cordial enough that there will be no wig snatching and backhands in inappropriate public places.