There’s a reason why BBWLA is trending on Twitter as of this writing on Sunday evening. “BBWLA” stands for Basketball Wives LA, and one new cast member is Angel Brinks, a woman who took full advantage of her BBWLA debut by offering fans a 25 percent discount on her entire line of clothing. According to Brinks‘ Instagram account, the coupon code BBWLA will garner fans of Angel’s clothing line a 25 percent discount for a 24-hour flash sale on her website.
The Angel Brinks website breaks her clothing line up into two specific sections. The “Angel Brinks Collection” takes longer to ship — up to five business days before it ships — although there is VIP speed shipping available. All of the designs found in that section are created by Brinks herself and made from scratch. She also has custom sizing, so those folks on Twitter tweeting about waiting to get “snatched” and in shape prior to wearing her designs would likely avail themselves of that option. Brinks also lists the “Boutique Collection,” which ships to customers the same day and are selected by Angel herself.
Beyond Brinks, folks are tweeting about Evelyn Lozada’s return to the Basketball Wives franchise. As reported by the Inquisitr, Lozada was recently seen on her own reality show, titled Livin’ Lozada, on Oprah’s OWN Network. Evelyn recently suffered a miscarriage that was initially displayed as a miscarriage scare when Lozada’s hormone levels began falling instead of rising.
Meanwhile, a stroll down the Twitter hashtag of BBWLA reveals other topics beyond Brinks’ fashion line that are capturing viewers. Namely, that involves Jackie Christie’s fashions and her hurt feelings. Folks are also tweeting about Draya Michele, a woman who was first threatening to the other basketball wives because of her buxom beauty.
Definitely seeing a different side to shaunie and tami they coming down on draya too hard for nothing #BBWLA— Poohyoncè Carter ❤️ (@_IAM_NICOLE) August 3, 2015
The fact that drama and continual beefs pop up between the ladies just to stir up entertainment and provide a peek into human relationships keeps viewers live-tweeting as well.
This episode of #BBWLA got us saying "no new friends, no new friends, no new friends, no, no new."— Basketball Wives (@BasketballWives) August 3, 2015
The topic of weight gain also arose in the most recent episodes of BBWLA, with the word “FUPA” becoming a hot topic. As explained via the show, FUPA stands for “fat upper p**** area,” which represents the abdomen area that can hang over the crotch in certain overweight people.
When you put on some unwanted weight of course somebody gonna be mad when you make it a group discussion #BBWLA— EverybodyHates SEE.. (@SierraSayZ) August 3, 2015
Meanwhile Tami Roman’s presence gained a lot of Twitter talk as well.
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