As I read the young lady's bio, I stopped. It read: this school, that city, emoji, emoji, whoever's bestie, "future basketball wifey." When I read the last three words months ago, I couldn't help but wonder who in their right mind would purposely seek out this lifestyle and as I think about it now, I wonder the same thing.
There's plenty of love lost between these two former teammates.
Steps away from the mecca of New York City, Moore and I sat in a quaint café on 42nd street. Early morning meetings and continuous contact with business related calls, I managed to steal a few minutes to discuss the future of PYNK.
In a conversation with HuffPost Live, Williams discussed the reality that many women face when they consider leaving an abusive
TMZ obtained copies of Shaunie's legal documents, which have created quite the he-said, she-said situation. She claims that
As season five of VH1’s popular franchise, “Basketball Wives” continues to air on the network, one of its main cast members
Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and even our favorite style star, Solange have all gone pantless on the red carpet. And now we can
Evelyn Lozada joins HuffPost Live to discuss her future with the TV show "Basketball Wives."
Since “Basketball Wives” premiered, five women have left the show, and Shaunie O’Neal admitted that some cast members’ exits
"I wanted to do something big, and I thought that launching this overseas would have a great affect [sic] on the line. I