Malaysia Pargo Answers: Is There Such Thing As A Faithful Pro Athlete?

March 11, 2014  |  

If there’s one good thing about “Basketball Wives LA” this season it’s that there are finally more wives on the show than girlfriends, exes, and mistresses. We had a chance to chat with two of the real-life basketball wives, Brandi Maxiell and Malaysia Pargo, and we couldn’t wait to ask the newcomer what it’s been like joining her friend on reality TV and how her husband, Orlando Magic power forward Jason Maxiell, feels about her portrayal on the show thus far.

Brandi also talked to us about her fertility struggle and updated us on where she and Jason are with their family planning, and we finally got to ask Malaysia a question that’s been burning on our tongues for years: Is there such thing as a faithful pro athlete? Check out what she had to say in the video above. And FYI, we couldn’t get her to comment on the issue of infidelity within her own marriage even though we tried.


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  • Ann

    Being faithful is a choice. These people have to make a “choice” to want to do right.

  • Sandia

    I felt bad for these women when they were telling Draya about the infidelity in their relationships. They seem to be excusing the cheating because it comes along with the lifestyle. But I’ve never heard of Grant cheating on Tamia and I know their are other faithful athletes. Yes they face more temptation than the next man but don’t turn a blind eye to disrespect just because of your mans profession. They made the commitment to forsake all others with you. Wives shouldn’t be the only faithful partner in the marriage

  • SecretBee

    Absolutely love Malaysia. Brandi is starting to become a new favorite. It is good to see classy black women in reality TV. Great job girls!

    • 9Boots

      Do you consider fighting at a charity function as classy?

      • Jalissa

        Or fighting on a rooftop bc someone called you a hoodrat smh yea if that is the definition of class, then I don’t want any part of that lol

        • 9Boots

          Right. These women act more “assy” then classy.