Exclusive: Shaunie O'Neal Releases Statement on 'Basketball Wives' Controversy
As the executive producer of the controversial reality show Basketball Wives, Shaunie O'Neal released an exclusive statement on some of the unladylike behavior that has consumed recent episodes.
Since the drama on the popular VH1 show has reached new levels (Jennifer Williams is suing Nia Crooks, Evelyn Lozada's assistant, for assault), the BBW head expressed her personal thoughts on the matter.
"I'm extremely happy that Basketball Wives continues to have another successful fourth season. As the ratings have been through the roof since our season opener, fans continue to tune into the lives of Evelyn, Tami, Jennifer, Royce, Suzie and myself. As there is always controversy and indifference projected on the show, because we are all individual personalities, I always hope that people will find that as much as you may agree or disagree with the opinions, the behavior, [and] even our different taste in shoes, you are taking a look inside the lives of four complete different women. I will never say I agree with some of the behavior between my girlfriends on the show, but if we were to edit certain things out the show would be scripted and not reality.
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