In this glorious life there are two people you never fuck with: Uncle Sam and Kenya Bell. Detroit what, Detroit what!
The ‘Basketball Wives’ newbie played the defense on a range of rumors including plastic surgery accusations by her soon-to-be ex-husband and jacking fashion cues from fellow cast mate Jennifer Williams in a new interview with Juicy magazine.
If she comes up out of her kitten heels there will be consequences and repercussions. You can believe that like a true story.
Juicy: What was going through your mind when Evelyn threw that bottle at you during dinner?
Kenya Bell: I’ve been professionally trained to fight thanks to my Dad. I have no fear of any of them and all of their bullying, negativity, and pure haterism. It’s sad that as women, they aren’t supporting my efforts to be independent as a woman and a mother, especially after I spent years helping my husband make it to the NBA and he’s chosen to ruin his life. [The cast] can talk all they want, as long as neither of them put their hands on me, they have nothing to fear.
Juicy: Speaking of your husband, what was the plastic surgery claims about?
KB: He’s decided to try and ruin my life by telling lies to the media about plastic surgery, etc. in attempt to ruin any possibility of me having a career. It seems that the women of ‘Basketball Wives’ would be on my side seeing what I’m going through.
Juicy: What made you invite Keisha to your video screening after she threw you under the bus?
KB: Actually that’s the result of editing. My video screening happened BEFORE the bottle throwing incident. I haven’t seen Keisha since she started the fight between Evelyn and I.
Juicy: You seemed to be taking the girls’ criticism very lightly at the screening…
KB: I’m a very cultured individual. I’ve worked in corporate America and shook hands with the President. I know the difference between what’s good and what isn’t, so when someone tells me something is horrible and I know it’s not, it’s laughable to me.
Juicy: The girls seem to think you’re jacking their style. What’s your response?
KB: In response to me “jacking” their style . . . I’ve been me since birth, and although I’m younger than most of them (oh wait I forgot, I’m 40 according to them!), ask those who know me the best, I haven’t changed.
Juicy: To set the record straight, when it comes to Jen do you adore her the way the girls claim?
KB: Jen has been the only person in the group that has been consistently nice to me and I appreciate that. Because of that, I consider her someone that I can become friends with. It’s soooo sad that they have a “mob” mentality and because Jen refuses to “join the crowd” and hate me like they have decided to do before they even got to know me, all of a sudden they say I idolize her. It’s their way of trying to make Jen not like me. I’m so proud of Jen for being an individual.
Juicy: What are your current thoughts on Tami?
KB: I’m very surprised to see the footage of Tami talking bad about me behind my back. I still feel that she has a good heart, that’s why she stepped in between Evelyn and I. Because of the supposed “stabbing” that my husband accused me of, I really didn’t want to have to hurt Evelyn on national television, so I appreciated that. But as a fellow mother of two, it’s very disappointing that she was so mean and hurtful knowing she went through the same things I’m going through on the show.
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