Sitting across the table from Linnethia Leakes one too many times has distorted the vision of Jennifer Williams. Looking a horse directly in its mouth — especially after zoom whitening — is never a good idea.
The ‘For Colored Girls Who Have Considered FreshLook Contacts When Their Pupils Weren’t Enough’ star sent necks snapping after dissing Evelyn Lozada’s assistant Nia Crooks for living in a two-bedroom apartment located in Harlem on last night’s episode of ‘Basketball Wives.’
To quote Kid Fury, you can’t have a lunch box in New York City without money. Gworl, good day!
Nia straightened her wig and explained her side of the slapfest held inside the presidential suite at Howard Johnson to Baller Alert:
“I honestly, forgot she even had keys to my apartment. The thing is, I don’t mind if my friends stay here. That’s friend shit. When her and Eric would go back and forth, and Eric held her Bentley hostage in Miami or Eric’s son (that she hates) was in their Jersey apartment, she would just stay here. Even when she had shit to do in the city or we went out and she didn’t wanna cab it or ferry it back to Jersey.”
“Jen came in and out like her name was on our lease. I’m not throwing her under the bus or putting her out there but let’s be all the way real here. Every human on this planet goes through shit rich or poor. So if your accounts are frozen and your husband has taken over everything, and you walk around living this lavish life and you still want people to think you’re rolling in dough by all means a front is put up.” (Read the full interview at Baller Alert.)
Not missing a beat, Jennifer took to her personal blog to write about incident:
“You are a coward if you catch me off guard while sitting down and not to mention a bully! Then the president of the NON Factor T-shirt Enterprise [I laughed. -- Fresh] thought that jumping across the table like a demon would be a good look for the young women in America that watch the show. The horses racing around the track were more civilized than some of the woman with me in the presidential suite that day. I swear I still don’t understand why someone would want to act so ridiculous on national television but I guess some will do anything for fame.”
“After the event took place I felt very violated. I had never been slapped in my face and even though my mind was still trying to process all that went down I knew what I had to do to get some justice. Don’t think because I didn’t physically fight back doesn’t mean I am not doing anything about this incident or I am a punk. I am doing this the right way and using our legal system to seek justice. I am a businesswoman and an entrepreneur; I cannot represent myself fighting in such a manner. Corporate America would never take me serious.”