BBW Drama: OG Calls Out Kristen Scott for Shading Her Nigerian Headdress

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By: A.J. Niles

On the recent episode of “Basketball Wives,” things got heated between newbies Ogom Chijindu and Kristen Scott. During their first confrontation this season, OG got shady, questioning the true whereabouts of Kristen’s husband Thomas Scott.

Kristen got heated from this and fortunately walked away before things got worse. But OG took major offense to the shady comments Kristen made about her Nigerian headdress.

And OG went off on Twitter.

Click next for the details.

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  1. All of them have been making ignorant anti African comments. But I’m not surprised. These women act like they are in high school.

  2. Some people really hate anything related to Africa. And for Kristen to equate slavery to something as regal as Nigerian tradition, she’s a true fool.

  3. All I could do is shake my head because the ignorance is overwhelming. And I don’t like how all of them keep talking bad about OG’s body and looks. It was ridiculous.

  4. Well some black people do look down on Africans and African culture. Just like some Africans look down on black people. It was wrong what Kristen said yes, but it was also wrong that OG said Kristen has no culture. Black people do not lack culture.

  5. I didn’t have a problem with OG’s headwrap. The rest of her outfit wasn’t very becoming at all IMO. I also thought she was aggressive with Kristen considering that she just walked up and inserted herself into the conflict. As a newcomer, IMO she should’ve just sat back, watched and kept her mouth shut. The first impression is always the last impression and she was rude.

    1. I felt the same way, she didn’t know that girl from a can of paint and to make such a comment about her husband and child she up for anything that gets thrown at her, sorry but she was dead wrong. Do she even have a husband or a child. Kristen wasn’t ready for it she, however i’m sure getting ready for it..

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