Jennifer Williams may no longer be a member on the VH1 show, "Basketball Wives", but she is still getting questioned about her thoughts concerning best friend turned rival Evelyn Lozada.
Lozada was assaulted by her ex-husband and former NFL star Chad Johnson last year, a moment that she has rehashed on the current fifth season of "Basketball Wives." While Williams left the show during season four, she was questioned about Lozada and Johnson recently.
"I have no comment about any of that. I'm like do whatever floats your boat," Williams told theybf.com recently. "If them being together is what it is that's great but they don't influence my life in any way shape or form...I would have never been in that situation so it's irrelevant. I don't think about Evelyn, I don't think about Chad."
The former "Basketball Wife" and entrepreneur explained her feelings about the matter even further.
"It's not my life, not my concern. I wish them the best in whatever they do," she told theybf.com. "Whether it's together or separately."
Shaunie O'Neal, executive producer and cast member of "Basketball Wives," may regret Williams no longer being a part of her show.
"You have other people that situations made it bad and situations made your friendship different…[things] that are out of your control. I hate to see those moments happen," O'Neal said in Sister 2 Sister magazine previously. "That's not a great way to see somebody go. I wish some people could have stayed and made it work."
Still, O'Neal revealed why some people had to be booted from the show.
"Some of the exits were necessary, just because it wasn't clicking anymore," O'Neal told Sister 2 Sister. "It's hard to continue filming with people that you just have nothing else to talk about or nothing in common with, or that relationship has withered away."