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Basketball Wives Kenya Bell Takes Shots at Her Castmates

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012
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I get most of my info on the Almost Basketball Wives via Twitter. If they Tweets says someone is about to get hit with a champagne bottle I might check it out.

I don’t watch the show regularly, but it appears one of the new cast members Kenya Bell is having a difficult time breaking into the circle.

Sometimes it is better to be a loner than being in the clique. She didn’t hold back on her feelings on the cast in this interview with Juicy Magazine.

Juicy: What did you think about seeing Keisha’s journey back home?

KB: She’s very country & I’ve heard she’s broke, so she needs to stop acting like that $8000 for the club wasn’t alot for her when I personally know it was.

Juicy: What about Suzie calling you crazy?

KB: I’m soooo sick of Suzie at this point, she needs to watch out for my ass at the reunion show.

Juicy: In the previews for the episode, you and Evelyn get into it. Since you’re still taping, are you guys still at odds?

KB: I can’t say too much, but we will see. EVELYN obviously has a lot of problems right now. To me, she’s very up and down. One second she’s crying, the next she’s screaming, and then she’s jumping across tables. Obviously there’s something in her life she’s not happy about. For me, to throw a bottle at someone for calling you loose is ridiculous. If that’s the case you’re gonna fight half the world, because I couldn’t have been the only person to say that.

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