Basketball Wives aired another dramatic episode on VH1 on Monday, June 27, 2022. The program captured the women’s uncomfortable moments as they struggled to straighten out their personal relationships and maintain their work-life balance. However, the sitcom managed to pack a lot of theatrics into a one-hour episode, which made for some entertaining viewing.
Malaysia stated this week that she was considering suing ex-husband Jannero Pargo in court for his lack of dedication to their children and refusal to pay child support. While shopping for residences in the city, she discussed with her friend Lala the idea of leaving the choice to God and seeing where things go from there.
Fans react as Basketball Wives star Malaysia mentions bringing her ex-husband to court.
Malaysia has been outspoken in recent episodes of Basketball Wives about her ex-husband Jannero not paying child support and not assisting with child-rearing. The couple has three children who have been in Malaysia for some time. They reside in a little house in Los Angeles, and the actor decided it was time for a larger home.
Malaysia was joined by a friend, Lala while looking at houses with a real estate agent. When the latter inquired if Malaysia’s ex-husband was assisting with the property, Malaysia said that he was not. She then admitted that she was considering bringing him to court and resolving the child support problem, but she would first pray about it and await God’s answer. Fans had their own thoughts on the matter, which they shared on social media.
Basketball Wives episode 6 recap
Episode 6 of Basketball Wives aired on June 20, 2022, and included some big turmoil in the cast members’ lives as they dealt with their relationships, participated in various enjoyable activities, and had several talks that offered an insight into how they lived their lives. While some people rejoiced in the wonderful things in life, others were faced with problems caused by a lack of communication and strained relationships.
According to the episode’s official synopsis:
“Duffey stresses her need for a profession, Angel prepares her children for the upcoming baby, Jackie gathers the women on her podcast, and Brandi gets a health crisis.”
Jackie Christie spoke to Nia Dorsey and Brandi Maxiell last week about bringing all the girls to her show to discuss Life After Basketball. The Basketball Wives actress said that she wants to discuss what her other cast members go through as wives/partners/exes of prominent basketball stars. She said that, despite their disputes, they were still part of the “basketball family.”
Brandi became distraught when the presenter of The Jackie Christie Project mentioned that Malaysia would be one of the guests because of what happened between her and her ex-best friend. However, she said that she had no ill will against Malaysia and that they had had some wonderful experiences.
Brittish Williams confronted ex-Lorenzo about his current girlfriend sharing photos of their daughter on social media. She made it quite clear that she was not receptive to the concept of a stranger posting images of her kid on the internet and established firm limits with him. She then admitted that whenever she considered reconciling, his acts would quickly remind her of why she had left the relationship in the first place.
Malaysia better make him take care of his responsibilities somehow. It’s not fair that it’s all on her. #BasketballWives
— Leslie Wilson (@verkrazy5) June 28, 2022
Malaysia Pargo, meanwhile, told out about her troubled relationship with ex-husband Jannero Pargo, who shifted from player to coach. Although their relationship didn’t work out, the Basketball Wives star noted that they still had three children and a lot of amazing memories. Angel Brinks’ son talked up about his mother’s lack of contact and expressed concern that she might become even more aloof after the baby arrived. Before breaking down, the actress pondered on how she raised her kid without his father (ex-husband Bruce Sandlin). The mother-son relationship was restored when she pledged to spend more time with him.
“I know why I left and I ain’t ever coming back.” 💁🏾♀️
— Basketball Wives (@BasketballWives) June 21, 2022
Since its debut on VH1 in 2010, the series has garnered a lot of attention and has remained one of the most popular reality programs on television. Basketball Wives cast members have become household names in the reality TV arena, with new females appearing each season. Jackie Christie, Malaysia Pargo, Brandi Maxiell, DJ Duffey, Brooke Bailey, Jennifer Williams, and Brittish Williams are among the cast members.