VH1 ‘Basketball Wives’ lost one of the fan favorites after featuring an unfavorable blog post.
Evelyn Lozada, who has starred in the show for the past three seasons, stated she will not be returning to the show that made her famous. According toTMZ, Lozada calling it quits comes after a blog posting was featured on VH1 stated that Lozada cheated on her fiance, NFL player, Chad Ochocinco with his former teammate Terell Owens.
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“Just wanted to say that I won’t be on Twitter for a while. Going 2 possibly delete my account & I won’t be signing on 2 do anymore shows,” she tweeted.
After meeting through Twitter and four months of dating, Ochocinco and Lozada were engaged in November. The two are reportedly planning a Summer 2012 wedding.
Sources close to the couple say that Ochocinco proposed in Cincinnati, where he was playing football, with a 10 carat ring. Lozada posted a picture of the ring on Twitter, writing “I’m no rabbit but 10 carats looks good on me!! Let the hating begin.”
Just this past August, VH1 expanded the ‘Basketball Wives” franchise with an new series set in Los Angeles featuring the wives and girlfriends of players both the Lakers and the Clippers.
The “Basketball Wives LA” cast includes Kimsha Artest, wife of Ron Artest, Los Angeles Lakers; Jackie Christie, wife of Doug Christie, former player for the Los Angeles Clippers, Imani Showalter, fiancée of Stephen Jackson, Charlotte Bobcats, Tanya Williams, the estranged wife of currently incarcerated NBA player, Jayson Williams; and returning will be Gloria Govan, fiancée of Matt Barnes, Los Angeles Lakers, and her sister Laura Govan.