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Shaunie O’Neal, producer of VH1′s reality show “Basketball Wives,” consulted with her pastor about leaving the program during its season finale on Monday.

O’Neal, ex-wife of former NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal, spoke with Bishop Kenneth Ulmer of Faithful Central Bible Church in Inglewood, Calif., about leaving “Basketball Wives” after weeks of verbal and physical fighting led to protests and petitions against the show. After O’Neal told the pastor about the volatile relationships that have turned violent on the reality television series, Ulmer had some questions for the executive producer.

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“How long will they go on like this? How many times do the women, cuss, fuss and get mad,” Ulmer asked. “Do you resolve this frustration when you see these women clawing at each other? Is it worth you walking away from?”

O’Neal admitted that she was thinking about leaving the show and could no longer agree with the direction it was going in.

“I have really strongly considered walking away. Do I walk away and love the ladies from the distance,” O’Neal questioned. “I feel like there’s nothing else that I can do. At this point i can no longer defend it, I can no longer stand by it.”

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article courtesy of TheChristianPost.com

Shaunie O’Neal Consults With Her Pastor, Bishop Kenneth Ulmer, About Leaving “Basketball Wives” Program  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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