“Basketball Wives” star Evelyn Lozada gave back to the community, helping a domestic violence charity, amid her considering taking legal action against her co-star, OG.
Over the weekend, the reality star joined others at Freedom Church in Chatsworth, California.
Lozada posted a series of photos captioned, “Pastors Justice and Maria Coleman of Freedom Church in CA hosted this year’s “Adopt the City” event this weekend! The community showed up and showed out by donating all types of goods (food, clothing, femine hygiene products) and packaging them to be given to the Helping Hands Resource Center in Winnetka, CA who are on the frontline in the community helping families heal from traumatic experiences. #CommunityService #lozadacares”
The reality star has focused on helping victims of domestic violence for years.
One fan wrote, “Thank you for this showing of love. I am sick of stupid people saying crazy shit about you. Love and peace. Stay above those haters. They just jealous! Stay strong!”. Another commented, “Evelyn your really an amazing woman with a beautiful heart I love u”
The center, Helping Hands, wrote, “@evelynlozada We are truly thankful for you and every hand and heart that gave to make this happen. @freedomchurch We are truly thankful for your kinds and love.”
As The Blast first reported, Lozada has been advised to take out a restraining order against co-star Ogom "OG" Chijindu.
Sources tell The Blast, OG allegedly had a meltdown during the reunion taping.
Following the reunion, OG began barraging Lozada with angry messages on social media. The posts about Lozada have been nonstop with some retweets mentioning violence.
Sources close to Evelyn Lozada tell us she is concerned about OG’s "mental state". We’re told people close to Evelyn have been advising her to take out a restraining order against OG. They believe the posts are harassing and entice others.
She also discussed taking a separate legal action against OG. Sources close to Lozada believe OG has planted false stories in the press about Evelyn.