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Shaunie Promises A More “Positive” and “Empowering” Season 5 of Basketball Wives; Is This 5 Seasons Too Late?
Looks like Basketball Wives executive producer, Shaunie O’Neal, is singing a new tune after the recent boycott and talks of sponsors pulling their ads from the show has been taken to a whole new level. If you’ll remember, it was just a few weeks ago that Shaunie released a statement in which she expressed her overall satisfaction with the show and declared that she was only responsible for herself. Shaunie also made it clear that she had no control over the actions of the other cast members and can not force them to act “civilized” (my words, not hers) if that is not what they choose to do.
There is no doubt that this last season of the show has been the most drama filled season to date. Between the infamous attack on Jennifer Williams by Evelyns’ assistant, Nia Crooks, Evelyn hurling expensive wine bottles across restaurants and jumping across tables to attack people, Kenya and her attempt at a music career and Tami reading Kesha up and down, this season will definitely go down in the books.
It is because of the increased level of violence this season that viewers from all over have called for a boycott of the show causing a few of the shows biggest sponsors to pull their ads in an attempt to distance themselves from the drama as well as to prevent any possible harm being associated with the show could do to their brand. When the subject was brought up during the reunion, Shaunie seemed to have done a complete turnaround, suggesting that her and her cast members are taking responsibility for their actions and are working to ensure that next season there will be very little violence, if any at all.