“I hate that it has to be a fight or an argument that gives us 4.2 million viewers,” she said. “I’m working as hard as I can to show some type of balance. We do know how to act.”
The former wife of Shaquille O’Neal said her intentions in creating the show was to highlight the bonds between the wives of athletes, but the show has moved in a different direction.
“I feel like that show is turning into ‘I have slept with a basketball player at some point in my life, so now I’m on Basketball Wives,” she told FOX news.