Evelyn Lozada may have had a tough year cemented with being labeled as a bully on her hit reality television series "Basketball Wives" which was followed by her domestic dispute from NFL playing ex-husband of one month, Chad Johnson. However, Lozada may be ready to turn over a new leaf with her Inner Circle book that she is rumored to be adapting into a movie.
Lozada, 36, partnered with Cash Money Content, most known as a record label, to write a series of fictional books based on truths. While her first release, The Wives Association: Inner Circle debuted in June, the reality television star recently teased fans on Twitter with the possibility of a movie adaptation following suit.
"Working on book 2! This book is about to be a MOVIE," Lozada tweeted her Twitter followers as a caption to a photograph of her holding her first book. She added, "#CashMoneyContent."
A number of Lozada's fans took to Twitter and reacted to the news about the possibility of her book being turned into a film. One fan spoke about the possibility of playing a character in the movie if it was indeed taking place.
"I need to play a character in your movie," one person tweeted Lozada. "I've experienced it all. I'm really serious."
Another person seemed proud of Lozada's accomplishments if the novel was on its way to the big screen.
"Wow @EvelynLozada 's book is being turned into a movie?!?! Go ahead girl," the fan tweeted.
While Lozada did not give any more word about her potential movie deal, she did let it be known that her partnership with Cash Money Content could expand the novels past just stories.
"By partnering with Baby and Cash Money Content, we have the potential to turn these 'novels' into a full-fledged brand," Lozada said in a statement after signing her book deal with CMC. "Everything Baby and CMC touches turns to gold, and our brands together will be magical."