Vh1′s Basketball Wives Miami newest member, Kenya Bell claims her faith stopped her from being violent on the show.
Fans of “Basketball Wives” watched Bell attempt to jumpstart a music career in season four of the show while her fellow cast mates ridiculed her attempts.
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However, the newer cast member credited her Christian faith for keeping her calm.
“To be honest with you, the scene right before the wine bottle incident, I went to church. So, (it was) Jesus,But seriously, I didn’t want to fight. I have a master’s degree in engineering. I do want to do other things besides the reality show, as far as business ventures, so I really don’t want to put myself out there like this nut that can’t control her temper.”
The incident was one of many that took place in season four and resulted in petitions and a public outcry for people to boycott the television show and Lozada’s spinoff series. While the show raised concerns about supporting bullying, Bell spoke about being bullied after appearing on the show.
“Okay so I’m like a good Christian girl. The songs that I put out before, like ‘Fly,’ are very mainstream easy going songs,” she told the reporters. “I hooked up with Jazze Pha, he’s like “no no no you need some flavor. It’s not a diss song to the ‘Basketball Wives.’”
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Basketball Wives Kenya Bell Claim: “Jesus Stopped Me From Violence.” was originally published on elev8.com