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Jennifer Williams from "Basketball Wives" stars in the VH1 reality docu-series.

Jennifer from "Basketball Wives" is the wife of basketball star Eric Williams who has played for the Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Toronto Raptors and Charlotte Bobcats.

Jennifer "Red Carpet" Williams is no stranger to the highlife having grown up in South Orange, New Jersey, an upscale suburb just outside of New York City. So it didn't surprise many when she ended up marrying a wealthy and successful professional
Jennifer Williams in "Basketball Wives"
Jennifer Williams Basketball Wives
basketball player, Eric Williams, whom she first met in 2000. Her glitzy lifestyle extends into her professional life in being a high-end real estate agent and wildly successful business owner of the upscale women's work out company Flirty Girl Fitness. Behind all the bling, however, Jennifer supports several charities and even founded Project Save the World to help fight several different causes. Jennifer keeps her friends close and guards them viciously. Her mercurial relationship with hubby Eric shows the unique challenges and hard work it takes to be the wife of a professional basketball player.

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Hometown: South Orange, NJ
Husband: Eric Williams

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hee says:
slutt dog...
shep says:
There is nothing special about a woman whose husband on national television speaks about handling their relationship one day at a time on national television. The comment Jennifer made about beginning to pop out babies and the response her spouse gave was the ultimate wife dis.
marciaanne says:
her and her husband shows how miserable you can be in a marriage. he doiesn't love her and it shows
enelson2 says:
Dear Jennifer, As I awoke this morning, you rested heavy in my spirit. I watch the show each week, and I see your pain, most of which you are causing for yourself. Yes your husband had an affair, “so what” get over it and move on with your life. Most importantly, stop talking negative about him, it’s don’t say much about you, you choose to marry him; when you put him down you are also putting yourself down. Make amends with your husband and stop being afraid to tell him you love him. Listen to Shaunie; she is trying to tell you the pain she endured, no one wants’ to be apart from the man they love and married. I am a divorcees, that’s why I can tell you these things, I didn’t have anyone to guide or advise me, the pain last far longer than the immediate separation, I am still in love with the man I let slip away 50 years ago and I will love him 12 years after I die. I hope you take this advice to heart and I pray God’s blessing for your life and marriage. Let this be your morning prayer; God, I know that I fail often; I waste many hours of each day. But today, I hope, will be different; I place myself in Thy Presence at the beginning of this new day, with your help I will make good decisions. L. Nelson
thetwins says:
Move on Jennifer, the way he speaks to you on national tv is sad..a married man that keeps his cell phone off please and knows that his wife is home with her dog come on now ..think about it
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