If there’s one thing reality star Evelyn Lozada knows how to do, it’s hustle. Reality shows, books, shoes, spin-offs and t-shirts are just a few hustles that she’s been successful at. After creating a t-shirt, inspired off of calling cast-mate Tami Roman, a non-mutha-f*cking-factor, Lozada has yet again, created a new shirt, with a catchy phrase.
This time, the victim is cast-mate, Kenya Bell. She recently released a new tee, “It’s Leanin’,” referring to Bell’s weave, which she referenced on a previous episode. Of the new t-shirt, inspired by Kenya Bell, she explained:
So now I have another T-shirt, “It’s Leanin’” and the letters are leaning on the shirt and I’m referring to Kenya’s hair from last episode. (Laughs) I made a comment and I was like, “Well, I don’t really know — something about her hair.” And then I said something, “It’s leanin’,” and my entire timeline since that show, people tweeting me pictures of bad weaves, you know, “Look at me! I’m leanin’” I mean so it became this thing so yes, that’s my next T-shirt. I’m sorry Kenya.
Lozada also provided an update on her spin-off show, which reportedly she and her fiance (Ochocinco) are making $300k a piece off of. On their new show and “open” relationship, she shared:
Me and him are, we’re an open book so, you know, I mean we had a controversial conversation last week and you know, that’s how we speak. You know, we’re very open and honest with each other and you’re going to see a lot of that. I don’t think you’re always going to see us so in love. We’re really in a real relationship just like anyone else. It’s hard sometimes and I don’t know if I’m always going to make the right decision. I don’t know that he’s always going to make the right decision. With me telling him that is, ‘Listen, I’m not with you when, you know, you’re going to Tampa on a road trip and I don’t know what you’re going to feel, you know, when you’re there because, you know, you’re a man and I get it. But, you know, just for us to, you know, keep, you know, communication and talk to each other and, you know, just to be honest with each other with whatever’s going on and we have those conversations daily.
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