Basketball Wives - Episode 6
Last night’s episode was extremely hard for me to watch. I was completely out of my element, fighting a battle that would have no winner. I had no interest in having a sit-down to hash things out with Kenya Bell, but after much coaxing from Evelyn, Suzie and the producers, I gave in. Clearly, I was uncomfortable with the situation and made sure I stayed one step ahead of Kenya and her kitten heels - or removal thereof. I am proud to say that I am not a fighter, but must admit that I work really hard to keep myself under control. I am not perfect and can be pushed to my limit. However, in this situation, I find the drama silly and unimportant in my real life and therefore, act and react accordingly.
I am not proud of the fact that I told Evelyn about Kenya saying she was loose. Unfortunately, that was one of my lower moments in which I got sucked in and played Kenya’s game. There are, however, two distinct differences between Kenya and myself in this particular situation. First, my statements were true and I had back-up to prove it. And second, I don’t take pleasure in seeing someone take heat. I don’t get off on that type of thing and am saddened by those who do. So to borrow a phrase from Evelyn, clearly “I AM NOT ABOUT THIS LIFE”.
Warning: Don’t read this post if talk of bodily functions embarrasses you. But if you enjoy a good poop story, this is a good one! Hahaha! #waytoohonest ;-)
“Pass The Bowl” is VH1’s ongoing interview series, wherein celebrities contribute questions to our bowl and fellow celebs later draw a question.
Jeremy Sisto: What’s your most embarrassing childhood story?
Basketball Wives’ Kesha Nichols: When I was younger, I had bad poops - meaning I was always constipated. In advanced biology class, I went to the bathroom and I knew it was going to be that time. It had been like two weeks. I went and I strained a lot, to the point where I was holding onto the toilet bowl. And it was the best poop I’d had in soooo long. I went back to class and was like “Yes!” I felt like I lost like 5 lbs. And then my friend was like “What’s on your face?”. I put up the mirror and I had all these red dots all around my face and eyes - I had strained so hard that I busted the blood vessels in my face. And then my teacher, since it was advanced biology, took that time to be a learning experience and told the whole class that if you strain too hard you can bust the blood vessels in your face. I was beyond embarrassed but it was worth it!
Kesha’s Question For The Bowl: Name your favorite place to be kissed?
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Check out my appearance on Vh1’s The Morning Buzz today. Yes, I know I’m a dork but it was fun and I’ll always love NKOTB! :-)
Deco Drive Photo Shoot in Miami!!
Deco Drive stopped by my fun photo shoot with Alisa Rauner in Enchanted Park. Check it out! Swimsuits by Inca.