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Evelyn Lozada Explains Her Jump from Basketball to Football Fiancee (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 15th 2011 5:45PM
Evelyn Lozada of 'Basketball Wives' on 'Good Day New York'Evelyn Lozada was once a basketball fiancée, engaged to former Boston Celtic Antoine Walker. And while she's still on the VH1 reality show 'Basketball Wives,' now she's a football fiancée. On 'Good Morning New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox), Lozada talked about the experience of being a two-sport fiancee, and explained how she met her current man, New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, on Twitter.

Clearly, she has a thing for athletes, but Lozada is quick to point out she's no groupie. "Listen, this is what I attract," she said, recalling meeting Walker at a party in New York. "I'm not one of those girls, I'm not sitting outside of your hotel or scouting where they're hanging out. It just happens. I was following Chad on Twitter, and we ended up meeting that way."

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Tami and Evelyn Fight Over T-Shirt Slogan on 'Basketball Wives' Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 31st 2011 4:32AM
'Basketball Wives' season premiereThis Evelyn and Tami thing isn't going to go down quietly. On the third season premiere of 'Basketball Wives' (Mon., 8PM ET on VH1) they came just shy of having a fist-fight as Tami came into Evelyn's store, Dulce, to talk about these new t-shirts.

The shirts read 'You Are A Non F'N Factor B!tch,' which was something Evelyn said to Tami during an earlier fight about Evelyn dating Tami's ex. Evelyn had offered Tami a share of the proceeds from the t-shirts, but Tami's thinking more along the lines of a lawsuit, citing defamation of character.

So she came into Dulce and started talking about how she was going to change the name of the store to "Tami's" once she owned it after the lawsuit. By the end of their fight, Evelyn was saying she was going to own Tami, though we're not sure how that would work.

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