The feud between Basketball Wives stars Evelyn Lozada and Tami Roman was reignited on social media on Monday. The duo began a war of words after Roman commented on Lozada’s e, Carl Crawford’s Instagram in support of rapper Megan Thee Stallion, whom he reportedly manages.
Lozada posted a message to her Instagram Story seemingly addressing her on-again, off-again “frenemy.” “I’m “toxic” but you got on national tv & fake cried to the world saying I told you I was the one that hit my ex husband to cover your a** for your domestic violence comments,” she wrote.
She accused her co-star of lying about her physical and reproductive health in an attempt to gain sympathy from the public. “You avoided me because you didn’t want me to expose all of the #FakeNews you put out into the universe for attention,” she added. “Fake heart attack, kidnapped by aliens, diabetes in your fete, fake pregnancies, etc! You are a fraud! Oh & for the record, my ex sent me your comments lol #ByeNewport.”
Lozada continued, “You avoided me all season because you didn’t want me to EXPOSE all of your lies, but you have the nerve to be on my sons fathers page.”
After her comments were shared on popular blog TheShadeRoom, Roman replied, “At me next time Evelyn. For clarity I avoided you because you’re toxic. Secondly, I liked something that came up on my explorer page of Meg the Stallion, who I support because she’s from H-Town. Thirst is you lurking on your ex’s page reading comments. He’s definitely moved on so should you… Finally I will support whoever the hell I want Bird brain, it’s called Instagram people put shit up for others to engage.”
Drama between the pair was captured on the last season of the VH1 reality show. Roman abruptly left the taping of the show’s reunion after Lozada accused of her being a liar.
In January, Roman talked to ET about the current standing of their relationship. “I think both of us owe ourselves a greater service– not allowing me to come into her space, and her not coming into mine. Just respecting boundaries,” she said.
Check out the exchange below.
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