Is Oprah REALLY going to interview Evelyn Lozada?

I just don't believe Oprah will interview Evelyn Lozada--at least I hope not. Evelyn Lozada is the fighting, cussing, bottle throwing, self-proclaimed diva on Basketball Wives whose latest fight with her soon-to-be ex-husband Chad Ochocinco Johnson has made national headlines. Her outrageous behavior has made her a household name for all the wrong reasons, and this latest role as a "victim" (and I use that term loosely) gives her yet another platform for foolishness. I'm not buying it. Now, who doesn't love Oprah? "Super O", as we call her, is THE media mogul, daytime talk-show TV star turned network owner who's OWN channel is her latest venture. "Oprah's Next Chapter" is the hit show on the network with up-close and personal interviews with the likes of the family of the late, great Whitney Houston, Rhianna and Curtis '50-Cent' Jackson, to name a few.  The latest rumor of a possible interview with Basketball Wives cast member Evelyn Lozada has people buzzing.  Please Oprah, don't do it! I keep hearing the network is struggling for ratings, but an interview with Evelyn Lozada would be scraping the bottom of the barrel. Lozada, who is just as violent as the incident she was involved in does not need another platform for foolishness. She's not a victim, except of the chickens that have come home to roost. While no woman should be a victim of domestic violence, trying to spin a victim role for Evelyn would force us to forget all the violence she's perpetrated.   On another note, Oprah is probably the only person that could get her to be honest about who she really is.  The problem is I don't think most of us care to know.  At the end of the day, Oprah could spend her time with people who can leave a positive impression and be an inspiration. Lozada is not there---yet. What do you think? Your Jersey Girlfriend, ~Angela Davis

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