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FutureStarrJennifer Reveals BIG NEWS About Malaysia Basketball Wives
Basketball Wives has been one of VH1's most beloved reality shows for years. It follows the lives of women who are romantically linked with NBA players in their daily lives.
This season of Basketball Wives LA is taking on a few familiar faces with its returning cast members Brooke Bailey, Brittish Williams and DJ Duffey joining the show as regulars.
Malaysia Basketball Wives stars are in the midst of some major announcements. VH1 series, "VH1," has just premiered its tenth season and it's welcoming in some new talent including Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star Zell Swag.
The young Ohioan is a stylist whose works have been featured on Keyshia Cole, Remy Ma, Teairra Mari and Brandi Maxiell. Additionally, he's collaborated with DJ Duffey and Jennifer Williams.
But it seems as if this talented stylist's flamboyance has caught his ex-friend Brandi Maxiell's attention, and she is not pleased. Before their pandemic, these two were besties; since then they've grown apart.
On the most recent episode of the show, Brandi and Malaysia nearly got into a physical altercation over an argument. While both attended DJ Duffey's party, Malaysia brought along Zell Swag with her, further infuriating Brandi.
Zell Swag is a gay celebrity stylist who has collaborated with several of the Love & Hip Hop cast members, such as K. Michelle, Remy Ma, and Keyshia Cole.
He was previously a major antagonist on the series, but his views changed during season four. He joined Alexis Skyy and Masika Kalysha in their battle over Masika Kalysha, even going so far as to physically assault Misster Ray during their reunion special.
Brandi took to social media to publicly criticize her former cast mate and make it known that she did not enjoy being around Zell. She wrote, "Zell's swag was a battery in my back; he didn't come to the 'Meat Market' for the right reasons."
Malaysia is unwilling to give up her friendship with Brandi yet. She still holds out hope that they'll re-connect and she can see her best friend again.
On Monday, May 30 2022, VH1's Basketball Wives returned with a brand-new episode that was quite dramatic. This one focused on the women's personal lives and how they manage various struggles in their everyday lives. On May 16th of that same year the show was renewed for tenth season due to its immense popularity among viewers.
This series follows the lives of six women married to prominent NBA players. These include Shaunie O'Neal, Jackie Christie, Malaysia Pargo, Brandi Maxiell, DJ Duffey and Brooke Bailey.
It appears the cast has an unbreakable bond with one another. Yet as the series progresses, they all face different difficulties and difficulties which put their friendships to the test.
This season, the ladies must contend with relationship issues, health concerns and other life difficulties that put them under strain. They must find solutions to make it through this season without everything crumbling apart.
In the latest episode, Brooke and her friends must confront some shocking news they don't know how to handle. Brooke has decided to file for divorce after discovering her husband has been cheating on her.
She plans on moving back home to LA and taking a year before filing for divorce to process her emotions and uncover what really occurred. Her friends suggest she speak with her parents about this decision as well as having an honest discussion with her husband about it.
On this episode, Malaysia confides in a friend about her husband not paying child support and how it has affected her mental health. She emphasizes the need to ensure her children are always taken care of for herself and her partner to maintain stability in life.
Though the ladies seem to be getting along well, Malaysia seems to be having difficulty being approached. Unsure how to approach her and feeling untrustworthy, they decide to invite her out for dinner.
On this episode of Basketball Wives LA, Malaysia Pargo has been in the spotlight for some major issues. She received a cease and desist letter from her former husband accusing her of discussing child support while filming the show - which is completely false! Additionally, there's this drama with Brandi.
Malaysia and her former best friend went from being inseparable to no longer communicating, yet still managed to work on their co-parenting relationship with her former flame. Despite this setback, Malaysia is still striving for a positive outcome from this experience.
Jackie is there to help out with this one, offering to bring them both out for a continental breakfast. Unfortunately, Brandi speaks up and mentions how difficult it may be for her to have healthy children due to her ovarian cancer; which prompts Malaysia to realize she needs to talk with someone about this matter.
Even though she's feeling hurt by this news, she knows it's best to move on. After all, she still wants to be part of the show.
However, this won't be her last encounter with her ex. He's sent her another cease and desist letter because he believes she is discussing him behind his back.
This action comes in response to a report she filed to the UN Human Rights Council regarding Malaysia's human rights record. This development is especially concerning because it comes after Malaysia's government issued a ban against an alliance of NGOs that advocated for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals' rights.
According to the International Service for Human Rights, this is an infringement on the right to freedom of association and assembly. Furthermore, it violates international law.
Today, the International Service for Human Rights demanded that Malaysian government reverse its decision to ban Coalition of Malaysian NGOs (COMANGO). The ban came in response to a report submitted to UN Human Rights Council regarding Malaysia's 2013 Human Rights Record by this human rights group.
The Coalition of Malaysian NGOs is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to fostering equality, justice and peace within the Muslim community. Additionally, they have taken an active role in combatting violence against women in Malaysia.
Basketball Wives star Jennifer Williams has a new man in her life and the two are eager to take things further. The couple was recently photographed together at Williams' Classy Girl Wardrobe Sip & Shop charity event, held in memory of her mother.
The 41-year-old reality star is a successful businesswoman with an estimated net worth of $25 million from her real estate sales and online fashion boutique Classy Girl Wardrobe. Additionally, she is known for her philanthropic activities, donating much of her profits to various charities and organizations.
She is also the creator of Lucid Cosmetics, a lip gloss line. Her success on VH1's hit reality show has no doubt been helped by her appearances as one of its most high-profile cast members.
No surprise that Malaysia has her hands full as she manages the demands of both a successful career and an extended family with three children. A recent episode of the series showed Malaysia at her wit's end when she was forced back to Los Angeles after foreclosure went awry.
Things are looking up for the former Atlanta Hawk, after she was photographed with sports agent Debonair Ron. She was introduced to this sporty sex enthusiast by fellow Basketball Wives stars Cecilia Scott and her husband Byron Scott.
Fans of the show will no doubt be intrigued by her new relationship, but she may wish to avoid being in the spotlight as she can be quite assertive. Despite recent allegations against her, she remains one of the more outspoken women on the show and her comments could prove detrimental for those close to her friends and co-stars.