“I’m Surprised I’m Not On Cocaine.” – Jennifer Williams Talks Stressful Season Of ‘Basketball Wives’…
I think we can all agree when I say we’re so happy season four of Basketball Wives has wrapped. From the bullying to the he said/she said drama, we were over it.
It’s been a crazy season for all the ladies especially Jennifer Williams, who is still going through a divorce with estranged husband Eric Williams and was the center of attention in everyone’s conversation during the hit VH1 reality show.
During the taping of the reunion special, Williams dished on her thoughts of the season and opened up about her former friendship with Evelyn Lozada, how she feels about the rest of the cast and more.
On the stress the season has caused: It’s a lot, especially when I’m dealing with another emotional situation with my divorce, it’s a lot to deal with. It’s just one thing after another. I’m surprised I’m not on cocaine or something, it was a lot to deal with. But I have great family and friends and a support system and they really just kept me on track and kept me grounded.
On how the show has evolved: I think it’s unfortunate. I feel like the one thing that brought us all together is also the one thing that’s torn us apart so its just unfortunate that as a group we can’t support each other, we can’t get past our issues — life is too short. There really is no major issue here. No one slept with anyone’s husband, no one did anything to anyone’s family or child, I don’t know, it’s ridiculous to me.
On if she regrets blog written about Evelyn: No, I don’t live with regrets, and honestly, that blog was written when we were here last year, so really? You wait until lights, camera, action for it to be an issue? Stop it.
On if she thinks Tami and Shaunie took sides: Absolutely. You can say things all you want, but actions speak louder than words, and I felt like they kept saying they were neutral, but in actuality, they really weren’t. Ever since I had the whole blowup with Evelyn, I haven’t really filmed with them, so they only really got her side. They definitely weren’t neutral.
On Evelyn following in her footsteps with a makeup line: I think it’s funny that they called Kenya “single white female” because you’re doing the same thing as me. Although, not really. She partnered with someone. This is one hundred percent mine. I’m not just putting my name on something, this is my brand. For me, the benefits are super-rewarding because I’m doing this all by myself, I designed everything myself. I guess I should take it as a compliment. Between this and my wedding planner, what else…
You can read Jennifer’s full interview over on VH1.com.