Jennifer Williams Recalls Ex Husband Throwing Drink In Her Face + Addresses FallOut With Claudia Jordan

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In a new interview with Rolling Out, reality star Jennifer Williams, explains why she turned up the drama on “The Next 15” with Claudia Jordan, but not so much on “Basketball Wives” with Evelyn Lozada.

Evelyn Lozada, Jennifer Williams (circa 2011)

Evelyn Lozada, Jennifer Williams (circa 2011)

She explains,

It’s funny because, I have always been this way. With ‘Basketball Wives’ and going through the s— with Eric and everything else, I was in a different space. Evelyn — I consider her my sister. I love you from a distance. We are cordial; we are good. When everything happened with her and I — I would never fight my sister under any circumstances. I love her and will just walk away from any situation. I was not raised that way. I was baptized with her. She was in my wedding. There’s so much that people don’t know we did.

Jennifer Williams, Claudia Jordan

Jennifer Williams, Claudia Jordan

This b—- Claudia, I don’t know you. I am quiet. I am reserved. I am not that girl. But, once it’s go time — I don’t care.

Jennifer also recalls that unfortunate incident on Basketball Wives: Miami, when her ex, Eric Williams, threw a drink in her face.

My first thought was, “Did this really happen to me?” I then thought, people are going to think I get my a– beat. It was totally out of character for him. His ego was bruised, not saying it was right. It came out of left field. Nothing like that had ever happened like that in our relationship. At that moment, I knew any chance of us getting back together was over. It was the nail in the coffin.

He felt bad about it. He got a lot of backlash from it. He apologized to me. Then he’d go on interviews saying I needed to be baptized with holy water. I am glad I am past it. It made me a stronger person.

Click here for the full interview.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams