Ron Artest Says Wife Didn’t Make Statements About Shaunie

Rucuss staffSeptember 28, 2011

 

Ron Artest has come to his wife’s rescue.

Artest wants to set the record straight for his wife Kimsha. Despite there being a Facebook page under Kimsha Artest’s name that promotes the Basketball Wives LA show with personal pictures uploads and t-shirt sales with the phrase “Buckle a** b*tches.” Metta World Peace claims the page is fake.

Artest said Kimsha did not post negatives comments about Shaunie O’Neal, Evelyn Lozada or Laura Govan. Yesterday, Kimsha allegedly posted this comment on Facebook:

“I see they cut me off the show and left buckle ass b*tches. Shaunie O’neal  can kiss my ass. She kisses ass to that Evelyn b*tch and gets the b*tch  who  f**ked her husband and cut her a cheque but cant handle a real  woman, FOH!”

Check out: Basketball Wives Kimsha Artest Goes Off on Shaunie O’Neal, Evelyn Lozada and Laura Govan

Artest, now known as Metta World Peace, took to his Twitter page to address the rumors.

“My wife is not on Facebook the media is reporting,” Artest tweeted. “She loves shaunie oneal and  all the cast on basketball show. Don’t believe any negative comments you here about Kimsha Artest. She is  happy to be working with viacom and vh1.”

“Kimsha Artest does not like drama so that’s why yall have not seen her on the  show. She doesn’t want to be seen representing females falsely. @kimshaartest is  happy on the show and is staying out of drama. Follow her here. She has no drama  with shaunie or anyone. Kimsha Artest on Facebook is fake. I will not post her real fb. But that one is fake!!”

Metta World Peace’s comments come at a good time. Those slick comments that were allegedly made by Kimsha could have begun a feuding war between cast members and possibly gotten her fired.

If she did do it, maybe she had a change of heart and used her husband to ease tensions–who knows. People do make fake pages of celebrities all the time. You be the judge. Will just have to wait for Shaunie’s response.


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