Basketball Wife Brooke Bailey: “I’m Very Guarded About My Children”

December 18, 2012  |  

We wouldn’t have known it at first but urban model and Basketball Wives L.A cast member Brooke Bailey has three children that she rarely brings around the cameras. Watch her explain why she she’s so protective of her brood and how she feels about her first season as a BBW.

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  • S Whiteman

    Brooke your kids could see how messy you are on the internet. You have a teenage daughter who will be droppin’ like its hot before its time. Good for you!! Way to go!

  • awet

    Brooke looks great period. Then for having multiple teenagers, wow!

  • OKAY BROOK….thank you for clearing up the misconception that all Urban women are hood rats….I love that you are a woman and a mother to your children….I admire what you said about being an example to our children…KEEP UP DOING YOU….LOVE YOU

  • Ive liked her since Candy Girls.

  • Mia

    She’s my fav on BBWLA, but I would not want my mom to be like her!

  • Meyaka

    I like her.

  • yeppers

    I wouldnt have a huge problem with it if she wasnt teaching her young ladies that careers in the sex industry was the way to go in life….Im sure she does not shun it from her so GUARDED young children since she is quite proud of selling sex to make ends meet….Im sorry when you put that type of image out for other YOUNG IMPRESSIONABLE FEMALES to try and emulate and see as a means to men and money then i really DONT SUPPORT THAT. I SUPPORT PEOPLE THAT PUT OUT POSITIVE UPLIFTING IMAGES OF FEMALES. NOT TEACHING MEN TO TREAT THE FEMALE BODY LIKE PLAY TOYS AND THAT TALKING TO U LIKE HOES IS CUTE OR PLAYFUL.

    know better do better….i know its her job to raise her children but it makes me sad to know that its another generation growing up with that type of mentality and role model and then once they grow up they are the influence on another generation and the cycle goes on.

  • Told ya’ll I liked her 🙂