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Malaysia Pargo’s Positive Message Backfires As Fans Remind Her of the ‘BBW’ Fight With Jennifer Williams: ‘You’re Petty All the Time’

Basketball Wives of L.A.” actress Malaysia Pargo, tried sharing an encouraging post with Instagram users recently, but it quickly spiraled out of control after fans slammed the star for her “hot-tempered” behavior.

Pargo is constantly reminded of her infamous chair-throwing scene with VH1 co-star Jennifer Williams by fans who were appalled by her aggressive actions. The 37-year-old took to social media on Sunday evening and shared a photo written with a few uplifting words. The image read, “At a certain age, being petty is called being miserable.” Pargo also added a few clapping emojis 👏🏾👏🏾 to get her point across to fans.

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Fans slammed the reality star for trying to spread a positive message when some of her past actions on “Basketball Wives” have said “otherwise.”

“Your actions with Jen weren’t cute at all…..quite disappointing. You rolled in the mud with the pigs, I know ur TTG but ur too classy for that bs,” one fan wrote.

“Really laquisha cause you guys are petty all the times on the basketball wives show,” another person commented.

“Oh, really? All the BBW are petty & do petty things. Are you guys miserable? I didn’t think that meant being miserable but you posted it!🤷🏾‍♀️🤔🤨…….IJS.”

“Guess you talking bout yourself😂 because that episode with you and Jen was beyond petty.”

“Which age sis cause otherwise you still going.”

One fan commented, ” Are you speaking from experience? One adult throwing a table at adults can be defined as being at the peak of being miserable. Byron didn’t shade you.”

Several fans referred to the mid-season episode of “BBW” where Pargo threw a restaurant table at Williams for starting drama between Evelyn Lozada and Tami Roman with a bogus rumor.

The mother of three apologized for her violent actions in September and tweeted, “I’m not happy with my behavior on tonight’s episode. I am a loyal friend that leads with my heart, and unfortunately, sometimes some take my kindness for weakness. I felt used and betrayed, but that doesn’t excuse my action.” She added, “I let my emotions get the best of me for that I am disappointed in myself for allowing someone to take me to a negative place.”

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