Eric Williams Goes In On His Soon To Be Ex-Wife And VH1 Basketball Wives Star Jennifer Williams

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Last night Eric Williams, former NBA player and current husband to Basketball Wives reality star Jennifer Williams, decided to go in on his soon to be ex-wife via twitter and you won’t believe the things he said about his ex-beau!


Anyone who has been watching the past two seasons of VH1’s Basketball Wives certainly knows it’s a three-ring circus and probably the biggest act of that circus has to be the drama between Eric and Jennifer Williams. These two constantly go at it putting their entire relationship problems on TV for the world to see. If you haven’t been watching the show, basically Eric and Jennifer Williams are headed for divorce court as a result of a series of infidelity issues, trust issues, lack of communication, and many more marital problems.

In last night’s episode, Suzie (another Basketball Wives character) told Jennifer Williams that her soon to be ex-husband has been reaching out to her to talk about business via twitter. That made Jennifer a little uneasy because Eric Williams is also twitter friends with Royce Reed (Dwight Howard’s baby’s mother and Jennifer Williams’s rivalry). Jennifer felt that Eric was just reaching out to her friends to get back at her. So basically Suzie met with Eric and his business partners to supposedly discuss business, but instead she just wanted to discuss her BFF’s relationship problems with the former athlete.

Well, Eric Williams obviously wasn’t happy to learn that he was being exploited in the new season by Jennifer because assuming that last night was the first time that he has seen footage from this episode, he went in on his ex and Suzie via twitter calling her everything from a maggot to a hoe. Check out the tweets below!

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