Evelyn Lozada Is Hated by Fans, Show Gets Boycotted! [Details]

Rucuss staffApril 26, 2012

Some fans of Basketball Wives are tired of all the drama surrounding Evelyn Lozada.

And frankly, they are not thrilled that she has an upcoming reality show, Ev and Ocho, because of her antics. Most who watch the show are either supporters of Evelyn or her former bestie Jennifer Williams.

Many believe Basketball Wives has turned into one drama-filled show that is centered around catfights. The ratings may be through the roof, but some fans are getting tired of the bullying that Evelyn is subjecting everyone to.

Now, they are planning to boycott the Ev and Ocho show. That reality show will follow her wedding planning and the nuptials to New England Patriots player, Chad Ochocinco. A petition has been started in hopes of boycotting the show for good.

“Evelyn is a bully. The violence on Basketball Wives is horrible and disgraceful,” the creator of the petition that you can sign here said. “This is not a hate petition against Evelyn. We simply will not support violence. It hurts to see violence amongst women on television for entertainment purposes. It is not OK for women to hit each other on TV.”

So far, viewers have seen Evelyn get into a verbal fights with Williams on the season 4 premiere. Three episodes later, another verbal altercation turned physical when she hit Jen in the head with a clutch purse at Shaunie O’Neal’s birthday party.

Jen hasn’t been Evelyn’s only target, however, as she was also seen throwing a wine bottle at Kenya Bell for supposedly calling her “loose.” In the last episode, Evelyn jumped across the table at Jennifer. Although Evelyn’s assistant Nia Crooks slapped Jen, Evelyn became enraged when Jen through jabs at Nia’s bank account and proceeded to jump across the table to attack her.

Alexis M., who is the creator, is urging people to reach out to VH1 to get the Ev and Ocho show shutdown before it airs. Beyond that, the user wants supporters to contact VH1’s parent company Viacom to express their distaste for Evelyn’s behavior.

So far, more than 7,000 people have signed the petition.


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