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I find it interesting that Shaunie is talking about parenting skills while producing a show that is no doubt destroying the minds of many young women all over the country.
These subtle shots at Shaq reeks of a bitter woman.
I don’t know why she is mad, she left her first husband for Shaq, she got paid in the divorce, she is hustling VH1 and she has a pool boy boyfriend, what is the problem?
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Well, in a recent interview with Celebuzz, it seems as though Shaunie’s sentiments are still the same:
Celebuzz: Do you and Shaq still maintain a good relationship?
“We’re okay. Since the divorce, it’s been more traumatic for the kids. They don’t get to see him or talk to him very much, like I wish they could. But I double up and I do what I have to do.”
Celebuzz: Now that he’s retired do they get to see him anymore?
“No that’s the [unfortunate] part. That’s what I thought would have happened, but it’s not quite happening that way, so that part’s a little disappointing. I can only do my part, and do it well.”
She was asked a question and maybe she is giving an honest answer which is fine. It was unnecessary bashing, but it is what I would expect from the producer of the Almost Basketball Wives to be messy and dramatic.
If Shaq isn’t seeing his kids that’s awful and there are no excuses for that, but it is something that should be handled out of the public eye not on Celebuzz.
Life isn’t a Reality Show Shaunie.