After Colorism Claims, OG Explains Why She Didn’t Quit ‘Basketball Wives’

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OG clashed with the other women on “Basketball Wives.”

Basketball Wives” star OG had a controversial recent season. It all started after she had an explosive argument with Kristen Scott. The ladies already had previous issues, but after Kristen came for OG’s boo Kwame Alexander, she clapped back in a major way. She revealed that Byron Scott is not Thomas Scott’s biological father.

Kristen was devastated and would later learn that OG received this information from Cece Gutierrez. And Byron would then confirm it to her.

Some of the other women on the show didn’t like what OG did. They felt she took things too far in the heat of the moment.

One person who told OG she should stay out of family business is Evelyn Lozada. Things got pretty bad between them towards the end of the season. Feby Torres told Evelyn that OG was retweeting Chad Johnson and saying they are friends. Evelyn decided that she needed to handle this and she wanted to prove that OG was just a “groupie.” She attempted to shut OG down by showing screenshots of her conversations with Chad on social media. However, OG clapped back by showing messages from Chad hitting on her.

After colorism accusations, some wonder why OG didn’t leave the show.

The beef carried over onto social media. And after Evelyn used a monkey emoji, OG accused her of racism. Evelyn fought back with a defamation lawsuit. And OG countersued for emotional distress.

The reunion was also messy and OG was not allowed to film with the other women. She was accused of being too violent and aggressive. Since OG never fought anyone on the show, she accused some of the women of colorism.

Well, some fans of OG are now questioning why she will be on the upcoming season.

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