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Shaunie O’Neal Bumps Heads With New Basketball Wife, Tasha Marbury

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The foxy ladies of Basketball Wives are back and in full effect. The VH1 reality show premieres tonight (August 19), and HipHollywood has all the deets on what fans can expect this season.

“This season is more grown up I would say. You’ll see the growth of all of us. Four seasons we’ve been sitting watching ourselves, and you can find the things you like and you don’t like about yourself, and you hopefully adjust in those areas,” Shaunie O’Neal, star and executive producer told HipHollywood during an exclusive interview.

“You won’t see a bottle flying by my head to hit the girl back there, I’m proud of that,” O’Neal added.

And although the ladies have left the bottle throwing behind, O’Neal assures us fans can still expect some juicy drama. “We definitely have our disagreements. We definitely have our arguments. We just are able to deal with it in a much better way,” she explained.

In previous seasons, Shaunie was known to be the quiet one who never spoke up when there was an issue. But this season, the star is more than opinionated, especially when it comes to new basketball wife, Tasha Marbury, wife of former NBA star, Stephon Marbury.

“Tasha is, we tell her this on the show, so she already knows, she’s extra bougie,” Shaunie shared. “Tasha has a very different sense of humor and she can sometimes come off extremely sarcastic and it’s not taken so well. You’ll see, it gets a little rough in there from some comments that Tasha has and how they’re delivered,” she explained.

Tune in for Basketball Wives tonight at 8 P.M. on VH1.

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  1. Team Cancel the Show

    August 20, 2013 at 2:47 PM

    Shaunie is full of crap. She and Evelyn and Tami need a paycheck. I hope the ratings are so low that they cancel the show. Saying they have grown but haven’t apologize to the ladies from past behavior. I don’t buy it

  2. Jacci Williams

    September 3, 2013 at 5:57 AM

    It leaves something to be desired when a Black show producer sets other women up to attack one another so that she can make money. You cannot criticize White America for not taking us seriously when we often resort to the preconceived “ghetto girl” stereotypes that so many have of African American women no matter how rich or educated they are.

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Why Tyler Perry Says He’s A “James Evans” Kind Of Dad

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The “Boo” is back!

In Boo 2: A Madea Halloween, Tyler Perry’s character Brian is a bit of a dorky dad … but in real life, Perry says he lays down the law when it comes to his own son, 3 1/2 year-old Aman.

HH caught up with Tyler during the press rounds for Boo 2 and the multi-facted mogul gave us some insight on how and why he would be quick to transform into a James Evans (from Good Times) kind of dad.

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