Now that the Fourth of July holiday is over and we’ve done the fireworks and barbecue, we need to — briefly — discuss Wednesday night’s Basketball Wives episode and the tornado that was OG.
While Cece gave the impression to Malaysia, Jackie, and anyone else who asked that she and Kristen had buried the hatchet, OG wasn’t convinced. Prior to last week’s filmed sit-down, it seems Cece shared quite a bit with OG about the ways in which she felt disrespected by her husband-to-be’s daughter-in-law, and at one point, spilled what some would say was a family secret. Holding onto that information, OG felt the mea culpa that the women agreed to was fraudulent because she didn’t believe Kristen really owned up to everything and was called on her stuff.
With that being said, after being invited to Evelyn’s CBD product launch party, OG made it her absolute mission to get Kristen and Cece to own up to everything.
After pulling Cece to the side at the party to let her know she was telling her one thing while giving the impression to everyone else that she had no issues with Kristen, Malaysia, Kristen and whoever else was around confronted OG about meddling in their situation. That wasn’t a good idea, because when backed into a corner, OG didn’t shrink, but rather, she got bold. She called Kristen out for being fake, claiming she borrows Cece’s clothes and shoes. She also took things a drastic step further and said even her life is fraudulent because her husband isn’t really Byron Scott’s son.
Now, this part of the drama I’m still trying to fully grasp. I don’t know if this means Thomas is actually like an adopted son or if it’s being implied that he is the product of an outside relationship, but either way, I know it wasn’t OG’s business to share.
Seriously, OG’s vested interest in exposing not really Kristen but her husband and his family, was a bit too much. Why fight Cece’s battles for her? Was this payback for Kristen saying last season that she has a husband and a child and that OG wished she had all of those things? I just don’t get the passion behind her desire to be the skeleton holder about information that is very sensitive. And whether it’s a “secret” or not to Cece and co., it wasn’t something the rest of us knew:
Still, she isn’t the first woman to spill delicate information or say and do something so crazy to the point that one can only watch and cringe. It’s par for the course when you watch this show, so the shock and disgust over her decision from some of the cast is a bit hypocritical:
With that being said, if we’re going to call out OG, we probably should go back in the vault and call out almost all of the women for interfering, speaking poorly about or exposing private life and family business that wasn’t their own. Check out a few other cringe-worthy times that’s happened: