Tamie Roman & Shaunie O’Neal Return To Basketball Wives LA!!!
Just when you thought the ladies of Basketball Wives L.A. were NOT coming back. Well Tamie Roman & Shaunie O’Neal Return To Basketball Wives LA in late 2015.
Get set because there are already tons of juicy gossip involving the would-be cast which is sending fans into a tizzy, CelebNMusic247.com has learned.
Here is the tea that’s being spilled about Basketball Wives LA:
First Evelyn Lozada — who was a long time superstar of the franchise but bailed two years ago — confirmed reports that she had been contacted by the show’s producers for a comeback. Lozada is living in Los Angeles (currently dating Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford), and seemed like a surefire fit. Alas, she turned the producers down.
Meanwhile, both Tami Roman and franchise creator Shaunie O’Neal are confirmed to be joining cast as supporting players. Tami has already filmed scenes with Malaysia Pargo and Jackie Christie, according to Chicago Defender.
Angel Brinks, Patrice Curry and Meghan James are also new cast members for season four. Chicago Defender also reported that Roman would be serving the show in a producing role as well.
One prominent name that’s taking a break from the show is Sunday Carter. She dropped out of the new season, citing problems with the way the show portrayed her in final edits.
“When you deal with reality television, you have to look at it with a grain of salt. You have to understand editing; you have to understand that you’re in the moment and don’t know what realistically happened,” Carter said, via Fashion & Style. “So how they portrayed me on the show I wouldn’t say that I’m mad at it because those things did happen and they did occurred however, what I don’t like is the part that wasn’t shown to make those things occur.”
The drama apparently caused a few of our favorites to get FIRED from Basketball Wives LA. Here is what Reality Tea revealed:
In exchange for firing 2 girls, producers have brought on three newbies to fight it out for full-time cast positions. “This season is said to be about showcasing the women’s businesses but what you can really expect is this season to similar to the current season of Real Housewives of Atlanta where all the women are fighting to secure a spot on the show,” our source alleges.
The reported drama that caused Brittish to lose her place on the show was when the feud between her and Draya escalated into their businesses. Draya owns Mint Swim and Brittish owns Love of Labels.
“Brittish lost her job because of a huge event that took place behind the scenes,” our source claims. “Basically when Brittish and Draya were feuding Brittish thought that the best revenge would be to purchase the trademark of Mint Swim which is Draya’s swimwear line. Brittish has since apologized and returned the trademark back over to Draya but it was too little too late since the incident didn’t sit well with Draya or the producers.”
Interestingly, with the story breaking in the blogs, Brittish completely owned it and verified it was true on twitter! “Let me clear this up before it even gets taken too far. Yes it’s true to did purchase the name back in May of last year, I was upset at the time because of the feud Draya and I had going on and and I wanted to let her know that you have get your business all the way in order before you come for mine.”
“I never planned on keeping it nor did I do it maliciously it was done to simply teach a lesson since this occurred I have apologized and I have signed over the rights to the company back to her. The moral of the story is that you have to have your stuff air tight before you try to down someone else’s,” Brittish explained in a series of tweets about the incident.
Our girl Brittish confirmed the news on Twitter:
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