One year ago this week, Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada opened her first high end shoe boutique called Dulce Shoe Boutique in Miami's posh Coral Gables area.
The boutique was a runaway success, due in large part to Dulce's affordable prices and sexy, unique styles that aren't normally available outside of Paris.
Evelyn is a big fan of the blog and modestly offered me an exclusive interview. But quiet as it's kept -- I'm kinda shy, even on the phone. But my blogger friend Lashonda has no such compulsions about interviews.
She recently scored an exclusive interview with Basketball Wives cast member Suzie Ketcham (pictured above, left), who says the NBA will drop the hammer on any 'real' NBA wife who entertains ideas about joining the show's cast.
SK: The NBA hates it. I know that the Miami Heat has put restrictions on the players and their wives: they are not allowed to do it. The wives are not allowed to be apart of the show at ALL. And I personally think that the entire NBA may put restrictions on any wife, girlfriend or player from being apart of the show. You know obviously, if the players are not allowed to do it, then they are NOT going to allow their women to do it. Read More...
Evelyn's daughter Shaniece came out to support her mom.
Basketball Wives airs on VH1 Sunday nights at 10 pm.