Will Kenya Bell be in the ‘BBW’ circle?

    Season 4 of VH1’s hit “Basketball Wives” hasn’t been taping for long, but newcomer Kenya Bell said the drama has already begun.

    “I’ve been tested already a couple of times. I’m a cute little pageant girl. I’m little. I think people look at that and think they can take me. That’s not the case,” she told the DJs at WJLB in Detroit, her hometown.

    So far, Kenya doesn’t have a close bond with any of her castmates.

    “I’m just getting to know all the girls. As you get to know people, you start to figure out who’s real, who’s phony, who’s cool, who’s not. It’s an ongoing process,” said Kenya, who obviously feels a connection with at least one returning star.

    “I love Tami [Roman] so far,” she said. “Tami keeps it real.”

    That’s good news for Kenya, considering that last season it was Tami who seemed to butt heads the most with newcomer Meeka Claxton, who is no longer on the show. However, Kenya said she knows where Meeka went wrong, and she’s not planning to follow that path.

    “I think Meeka came on the show with an agenda, and that’s something you don’t do. If you’re going to do this, you be yourself, you keep it real,” she said.

    While there haven’t been any rumors of violence since season 4 of “Basketball Wives” began taping in Miami, the new co-star doesn’t seem like one who would shy away from a confrontation.

    In May, it was reported that she stabbed her estranged husband, Charlie Bell; however, she denies that happened.

    “I did not even attempt. If I attempt to stab someone, I’m going to stab him,” she said.

    Kenya talks more about allegedly stabbing her husband with a box cutter and her upcoming album. Watch.

    —Tracy L. Scott

     

     

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