[Video] Kimsha Artest Clears The Air About Basketball Wives LA, VH1 Responds
Rucuss staffOctober 5, 2011
Ron Artest came to his wife’s defense last week.
Now, Kimsha is ready to deny the rumors in her own words. Days after Kimsha allegedly made harsh comments about Shaunie O’Neal on Facebook, Ron Artest denied his wife wrote those comments on Twitter. Kimsha has taken it a step further and spoke with HipHollywood.
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.” Kimsha said the page is fake. She claims she doesn’t like drama and she’s never met O’Neal and other cast mates from “Basketball Wives Miami.”
“Some of the women that are on the show they are not wives and the majority of them are but they’re not conducting themselves as such. So I don’t want to be affiliated with shenanigans and drama. The back and forth is uncalled for, childish and that’s just not me.
On The Facebook Drama.
Anybody who read that could’ve known that, that was not me period. I’m not a Facebook person; I do have a Facebook but that’s not my name. Whoever it is can go kick rocks. All the negativity and comments, they can kick rocks too.
Are you going to go the legal route to find the imposter?
We’ll definitely find out who it is. I got a good idea but I ain’t gonna blow they up just yet.
Is there anything beef going on with Shaunie, Evelyn or anybody?
I don’t know Shaunie, I don’t know Evelyn. What beef? That’s fabricated through someone else.
Basketball Wives LA producers have released their own statement. Producers claims she’s not on the show because she hasn’t shown up for filming.
“When Kimsha Artest signed on to be in ‘Basketball Wives: LA,’ we were very excited to have her onboard. That is why we were confused and disheartened when after a limited number of days shooting she stopped showing up for filming. This is the sole and only reason Kimsha has not appeared on more episodes of the series. Her minimal coverage on the show was entirely her decision and not that of Shed Media, VH1 or Executive Producer Shaunie O’Neal. Basketball Wives: LA’ continues to be a ratings success for VH1 every Monday night.”
Check out Kimsha’s interview with HipHollywood.
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