Ok. This confirms it.
On Monday’s episode of Basketball Wives, we learned yet again that Jennifer Williams has bad breath.
I have been watching Basketball Wives since day one and I distinctly remember Evelyn Lozada popping off about Jen’s toxic breath. That was several seasons ago. Now, here we are in 2018 and this issue has surfaced once again.
This time, we learn via Malaysia Pargo that Jen has “a big dragon breath.”
Zell Swag, Malaysia’s messy stylist brought it up on Monday’s show. Even though he’s trapsy, I do love Zell because he gives it to you straight, no chaser.
Jen, you can’t be bad and boujee with bad breath, girl! People expect you to smell as good as you look.
I’ve said before that you can tell whether someone has bad breath just by looking at their mouths. And Jen does have that look. I was so embarrassed for her.
Basketball Wives – Monday’s episode
That Was Mature
The entire episode was actually very good. I was happy to see Kristen Scott woman up and assist OG during her time of bereavement. OJ’s brother died suddenly from pneumonia and she was taking it hard. Kristen and OG have been at odds for a few episodes, so it was nice to watch her show her mature side and help a sista while she’s down.
I really enjoyed the dinner scene where OG and her Nigerian family sang a prayer at the dinner table. I loved when she said in Nigerian culture, the community doesn’t allow people to mourn alone. That was poignant.
Jackie Christie is looking happier these days. This is good for the planet. We got to see her flex her acting chops on the stage. I’m glad she’s channeling her energy into more positive things. By the way, I never thought I’d see the day when Evelyn would be sitting front row to watch Jackie perform. It was nice of her to show a more mature side and support Jackie despite their past.
During the episode, we also got to witness Tami Roman expressing regrets over her comments that Evelyn lied about being beaten by her former partner, Chad Ochocinco. We all say things in anger, but some things really ought to never be said. Especially when it comes from a woman who claims that she was a victim of multiple domestic violence incidents.
I can’t wait for next Monday’s episode.