I don’t know about y’all, but I had a chance to catch up on the last two episodes of Basketball Wives season 5 the other day and I have to say it’s a bit blah. I’m already to the point where I’m sick of seeing Evelyn Lozada crying about her situation with Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and Tami Roman being messy as hell and Suzie Ketcham being a little flunky as usual. Basketball Wives LA was boring as hell and now the original version is getting to be the same.
HBWIC (Head Basketball Wife In Charge) Shaunie O’Neal is considering taking the Basketball Wives franchise to some other cities, I guess to keep hope alive. Honestly, I don’t know what good that’s gone do. I think people are just to the point where they are sick of looking at these chicks cry, fight and bicker on TV week after week, but hey it’s a check right.
In a recent interview with the Russ Parr Morning Show, Shaunie admitted that they have been considering expanding the Basketball Wives franchise into other cities.
I would love to add another city.
We have definitely talked about adding another city or maybe even two.
As much as people complain, the numbers seem to show that they like it. It is what it is. I’m proud of this season more than any other, and I love that. I hope it doesn’t affect the numbers, but if it does, I’m still very proud of it. I wouldn’t change it for anything.
She’s definitely right about people complaining, but yet their asses are glued to the television every Monday it airs posting their commentary on Facebook and Twitter. And, I’m sure Atlanta is some where on the list as we seem to be the reality TV capital nowadays. **DEEP SIGH**
Anywho, I’m gone watch this upcoming Monday to see if I even get moved by what’s going on. If not, I’m out.
What other cities do you think Shaunie should expand to???
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