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Evelyn Gets Tami All The Way Together With Reads & Receipts Over Comments About Infamous Chad Johnson Incident

Ok. Um. Wow. Where do we even begin?

"Basketball Wives" fans were shocked after viewing a clip from an upcoming episode where Tami Roman accuses Evelyn Lozada of lying about her role in the domestic incident with her ex-husband, Chad Johnson. 

Lozada has now responded to her accusations, sharing a photo of her physical injuries.

It is not known what the frenemies were discussing initially in the preview but Evelyn is shown in the beginning telling Tami, "You're a liar," before Roman accuses her co-star of lying on her ex-husband.

"You lied on Chad," she tells Lozada. "You know you was fighting that man all along."

Take a look at the clip below:
Looks things are heating up between #Evelyn and #Tami 👀

Evelyn, 42, has clapped back at Tami's claims, stating she's wrong for assuming she got physical with Chad.

The reality star took to Instagram to call people out for victim-shaming, sharing a photo of herself after the domestic assault. The TMZ image shows the reality star with a three inch gash on her forehead. 

Lozada wrote, "The victim blaming culture discourages DV victims from coming forward. The fear of being judged and shamed is enough to make anyone stay quiet and suffer in silence—so coming out is a HUGE deal! Shaming directed at the survivor is just WRONG on so many levels. The mindset of anyone who would think that the one being abused did something to incite the situation unsettles me! When someone builds up enough courage to speak their truth—they should be believed and supported. And for those that choose to victim blame—pause and think about the inner turmoil and emotional conflict you can potentially cause for the survivor."

She continued, "For me, as a DV survivor, I chose to use my experience to personally evolve and I’ve learned that there is light at the end of the darkest tunnel. I know that all DV situations are different. In my case, it was the love and support our families and a willingness and concerted effort by both of us to heal; my ex and I coexist, harbor no ill will and have moved forward… 
#StopVictimBlaming #DVisReal #ThinkBeforeYouAct #LozadaCares #LivingInMyTruth 💜💜💜💜💜💜."

Fans weighed in with their thoughts in the comments section of Lozada's post.

One person wrote, "It's disgusting for @tamiroman or any human being to ever say things like that. You need a lot of prayer. The world is hard enough. We are to uplift one another not tear each other down. I'm also a D.V.survivor. I applaud you for everything you do and say on this matter.@evelynlozada thank you and no one could ever stop your truth.God bless you."

Another fan disagrees, writing, "Evelyn is a drama queen she knows [expletive] well that she wasn't being abused. She and him had a fight. We have all been there at some point. Knowing how Evelyn behaves on the show, I know Chad didn't just headbutt her. She had to have been wilding out on him. So I can't take her serious. She's no victim."

Lying On Chad👀👀👀🐸💭#BBW #BBWLA #BasketBallWives #BasketBallWivesLa #BasketBallWivesMiami #BasketBallWives #TamiRoman #EvelynLozada(via:@thebbwtea) Video Credit @vh1 @basketballwives

Evelyn received some support from an unlikely source...Chad's own daughter, Jicyra. 

Chad's daughter wrote, "I am so grateful I have had the opportunity to love you through different phases of our lives. I loved you before you married my father. When you took those vows I thought my love for you had reached the highest level possible. I was wrong. My love for you multiplied tenfold. When you left him it taught me that despite feelings, emotions, and must always maintain a true commitment to yourself. The ability to stand up, face the truth of a situation and step into the unknown by faith alone is the true definition of strength. Bravo to you for being true to you and teaching me the same... Still grateful to have you in life. I love you poop forever & always. "

You can watch new episodes of "Basketball Wives" on Mondays at 9/8c.

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