Basketball Wives Season 4: Sushi Restaurant Politics

The tides are always turning on Basketball Wives and on this week's episode, Kenya bore the brunt of a karmic tsunami. The aspiring singer had been labeled as the season's weirdo and flip flopper pretty much from the jump, but she's been able to escape the wrath of the circle due to everybody else having bigger fish to fry. There's been countless Jen/Evelyn dust-ups, Kesha's first on-camera reaming, and more awkward tension than you can shake your wig at, so Kenya's mouth (specifically her laughter) have been on the backburner.

Until now.

Kenya has become public enemy #1 in the land of Basketball Wives, thanks to her alleged two-faced nature and recent no-comment-comment about the other girls to a Detroit radio station. And I don't know how I feel about it. Kenya may be a bit of a mess and put me in mind of Meeka Claxton with her overeagerness to become part of the circle, but nobody deserves to be ganged up on. Reality TV or not, having four people come at one person is a little unfair and it shouldn't have went down like that; it's just not fun to watch the rest of the group pile on one person. It becomes less like catty, trashy television and more like bullying from middle aged women. Basketball Wives can be one of the most entertaining reality shows out there when it's clicking and it clicks better the more evenly-matched the fights are, but lately, they've only picked on the new girls or the girls without a strong alliance to protect them. Read More...


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