- (Photograph: Twitter/Evelyn Lozada)
Evelyn Lozada, 37, has been vocal about putting on the armor of God in what may be a subliminal message against some of her opposition on Twitter.
Lozada, the 37-year-old star of "Basketball Wives," gave glory to God on Sunday in a message shared with over one million followers on the social networking website.
"ALL THE GLORY BELONGS TO YOU GOD," Lozada tweeted. "#ThankYou #Free #Blessed #Loved #Strong #Happy."
Still, the reality television star and entrepreneur may have been speaking to some of her critics when tweeting about putting on the full armor of God in a message that stems from themes in the Bible passage Ephesians 6:10.
"Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil's schemes," Lozada tweeted. "YOU TRIED ME & U LOST!! #Godalwaysgetsthevictory."
Lozada has been vocal about growing in her Christian faith recently and even spoke about the possibility of becoming an evangelist one day. When one fan tweeted about being excited for the possibility to witness Lozada evangelize one day, the reality television didn't seem opposed to the idea.
"Wouldn't that be something," Lozada tweeted the fan last January.
Although a petition was created stemming from some of Lozada's violent behavior on her reality television show last year, she publicly declared that she was working on being a woman of God in an interview on Iyanla Vanzant's television show "Fix My Life" last September.
"I am Evelyn Lozada, someone that's becoming a servant of God," she stated on the show.
In an interview with Vibe Vixen, the television star, entrepreneur and author spoke about learning to control her emotions on season five of the show that made her popular.
"It's not like I'm going to be super perfect because I was on Iyanla and now I'm Mother Mary, because that's not what it is. But at the same time … let's really think before we speak and not get physical," she stated in Vibe Vixen. "I just have to remind myself of that. It's a daily thing for me because sometimes you're tested."