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‘Basketball Wives: LA’ star files for divorce from husband

Malaysia Pargo
Malaysia Pargo
Malaysia Pargo's Twitter / VH1

Basketball Wives: LA” star Malaysia Pargo has been filming the show for a couple of years and this past season, she has been a little absent. She has said that she doesn’t really want to be hanging around Jackie Christie because she is putting too much effort into being dramatic. It sounds like she was dealing with her own drama behind closed doors with her husband. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on May 24, “Basketball Wives: LA” star Malaysia Pargo has supposedly filed for divorce from her husband, Jannero Pargo.

Apparently, Malaysia has filed for divorce in L.A. County Superior Court, citing “irreconcilable differences.” She didn’t talk about why she decided to file for divorce, but she is fighting for full custody of their three children, a 7-year-old and 3-year-old twins. In addition, she is hoping to get visitation rights for her husband and she is seeking spousal support, and for him to pay her lawyer fees. It sounds like he may have messed up big time, since she is asking him to cover everything.

The two have supposedly been separated since December of 2012. A few days later, Malaysia lost her brother on New Year’s Eve, which was discussed on “Basketball Wives: LA” this season. In addition, both Malaysia and Jannero had a fight on Twitter earlier this year, where they decided to quote Jay-Z and use quotes to explain their individual pain. "Sh-t i got 2 liv wit the fact i did u wrong 4ever” he tweeted. "Once a good girl has gone bad, she's gone forever."

But Malaysia isn’t too hung up on the drama. "Don't worry, I'm not f--kup about it. At All. Carry on. God bless" she replied. "Forgive, not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace." She followed that with more quotes like "People Come and Go. The Best Will Stay" and "Spend your time on those that love you unconditionally. Don't waste it on those that only love you when the conditions are right for them."

It sounds like she is ready to leave the marriage behind and it sounds like he has hurt her badly. It is possible that he cheated on her and she has no plans to forgive him. What do you think of their exchanges? Do you think that she made the right decision to divorce him?