Eva Longoria: “I Found 100s of Texts From The Wife of Tony Parker’s Teammate”

Does Delonte West play for the Spurs?

In the Book of Nohology and in the general “Man Laws”, you never smash your teammates’ wife, that is cold blooded.

I can not co-sign if we are to believe Longoria, who is speaking out about why she filed for divorce.

The actress also confirmed to Lopez that she found hundreds of text messages from another woman on Parker’s phone, who turned out to be the wife of one of the NBA player’s teammates.

Longoria also told Lopez that her now estranged husband cheated on her earlier in the marriage with yet another woman, with whom he kept in touch via Facebook.

“She is devastated, she wants us all to know that,” Lopez said. “But she’s strong.”

Tony P was “Facebook Pimpin” as well?


Wasn’t Longoria linked to having an affair with Mario Lopez back in the day?  Maybe this is just a Megamind diabolic attack on Parker’s reputation to make him look bad and make Longoria look like the victim?

Who are we will fooling Parker is a NBA player, in my best Antoine Dodson voice:

“They smashing errbody.”

I probably shouldn’t find all this funny, but it is comical to me.  You know my thoughts that 99.9% of athletes cheat, so when you marry one regardless if you are a beautiful actress or not, don’t be surprised when you get “Tigersyled”.

8 thoughts on “Eva Longoria: “I Found 100s of Texts From The Wife of Tony Parker’s Teammate”

  • rob, you always bring the heat! love it!!!!

    • That is funny

  • She really needs to stop – what did she expect – you marry a "twelve year old" and then leave him unsupervised while you do your thing. Chile Please!!! Not saying Tony is right and he is double wrong if it is his teammate's wife (her azz is just greedy). This all seems pretty "desperate" from Eva's camp.

    • Why you call that man a 12 year old..lmao

  • The world must be coming to an end because I actually agree with Robert: these chicks know what they sign up for, hey you get what you pay for, especially when you marry an 8th grader!! I feel bad for her, but oh well, moving on, maybe next time no nuptials in a castle??? Just a thought!!!!!

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