WTH…. Basketball Wives!

I will admit I have some of the weirdest guilty pleasures when it comes to TV shows (Sarah Palin’s Alaska, The Hills etc..), but this Coonfest called ‘Basketball Wives’ is out of control.  The foolishness I witnessed tonight leaves me shaking my head; why is anyone following these irrelevant chicks?

Maybe I just caught one of the more extreme episodes tonight but these chicks are bugging; this whole ‘Basketball Wives’ thing is like a club filled with emotionally broke broads.  If all the episodes are like the one that aired Sunday night, the image of the Black woman has been set back by this train wreck.

The way these trifling chicks act it’s no wonder they are all ex-wives/ex-girlfriends…

In this last episode the absurdity of these broads reached epic proportions when Tami Roman (ex-wife of Kenny Anderson) attends the charity event of Ashley (baby mama of Rafer Alston) and apparently have one too many drinks.  Actually Tami admits she is drunk and that when she is drunk she doesn’t know how to act; NO SH*T!!!  While Tami proceeds to get her drink on she begins questioning Ashley about who her man is and why he is not at the event; you can see how uncomfortable the line of questioning made Ashley feel, but that was only the beginning.

The fireworks really begin when Jennifer (ex-wife of Eric Williams) and Evelyn (ex-finance of Antonie Walker) show up to the event uninvited; there grand entrance immediately causes friction but not the friction you would expect from uninvited guests.  Drunk ass Tami decided it was her place to explain to Jennifer and Evelyn why Ashley did not invite them; as Tami explained that Ashley did not have a great first impression of Jennifer.  Tami then mentions that she also felt that Jennifer rubbed her the wrong way the first time they met.

And that’s when the f*@kery begins....

Wasted Tami then argues with Jennifer about her uppity ways and from there the argument turns into a stereotypical finger snapping neck rolling hood rat fest.  Well, there really wasn’t any finger snapping but there was a lot of yelling and a lot of “Bitch” this and “Bitch” that.  No actually punches were thrown and no ones weave was ruined, but wasted ass Tami was thrown out of the event.

I get it, we all enjoy watching nonsense like this but these broads are too much and now I am drawn into their insanity.

So next week we get to watch Tami have liposuction done on her big ass, what is it with her and her weight?  Back in the day her dumbass had her mouth wired shut to lose weight (Real World)!

F*@k it, I can’t wait to see this sh*t!!!

As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!


  1. The Man, The Myth, The Legend....J Hunter · January 10, 2011

    I can’t front, I started watching last season. For some reason I’m drawn into this as well. I tried to watch football wives, but it just did not do it for me. Why is this show called basketball wives anyway? Last I checked, Baby mothers, girlfriends, fiancee or ex dancer for that matter, are not the same as wives. Still even though it is entertaining tv, it just gives a bad name for the “Real Basketball Wives”, or then again, does it? Two last points. Is it me or does it look like Shaunie got a nose job and grew about a foot (minus the heels). Finally, did or do you notice that the girls the besides Jennifer are all fair skinned? Might be a whole different topic all together, of why the majority of athletes choose light skinned woman over dark skinned. Maybe its just preference. For the record, it makes no difference to me as long as they look good and have a little class like half days.


    • Bobby Broadway · January 10, 2011

      SIR, you hit all the major points!! Your right Shaunie looks like giant, and maybe they should call the show Basketball ex-wives. I also noticed the fair skin thing besides Royce and Jennifer. I am trying not to watch any more episodes to dig deeper into that aspect of it but I don’t think I can avoid it. I might need you to do a guest blogger appearance and let your thoughts be known.

      Ha ha, this reminds me of our Monday morning conversations back in high school!


  2. Sharon Smith · January 10, 2011

    Love it!!! You are right on point when you called them emotionally broke! I am guilty of watching this mess…It’s like smelling the milk when you know it’s spoiled…twice.
    I think they all need therapy lol.


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  4. WestCoastOrange · January 11, 2011

    I’m a tv snob and refuse to watch such coonery and buffoonery on my television screen


  5. DIANA · January 16, 2011



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