Basketball Wives' Evelyn Lozada on Pat Riley, Khloe Kardashian, and Why It's Hard to Keep a Man in Miami
Our fair city has been under siege from an army of reality television crew cameras. What with Snooki strutting about town in DIY Lady Gaga glasses, Oxygen's Bad Girls Club doing god knows what, the Kardashians deeply involved in capturing absolutely nothing of interest on camera and calling it a TV show, and Bravo busy trying to reanimate the dead corpse of Miami Social with new, prettier parts and the addition of the word Club.
'Toine and I started dating in '99, and there were already cliques. Like the finances versus the girlfriends that are coming in and out. But after a while, you become close because you see each other all the time. It's kind of like a big family.
Our last week we tape in California, I literally stayed awake the entire flight because of all the drama. For example, we had a last dinner that was very tense. It was more drama than I can even handle. When we finished taping, I was like, 'Thank God, I need a break.'
I would agree with that statement. Like in my relationship, 'Toine signed here in '05, we got engaged here in '06. Miami was bittersweet, because we lost in Miami too. It's very easy to cheat.
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