HollywoodLife.com sits down with Jennifer to discuss Eric’s sorry attempt at an apology — and Jennifer reveals what she’s looking for in her next man!
Basketball Wives star Jennifer Williams has been through enough heartbreak with her soon-to-be ex-hubby Eric Williams. During the Aug. 8 season finale, Eric completely disrespected Jennifer by throwing a drink in her face after they had a massive fight. But Jennifer remains positive that she will find someone better than Eric the next time around. Jennifer tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively all about Eric’s lame text message apology and what she thinks about the way Eric treated her as she answers fan questions!
“We have not had a conversation since [the incident],” Jennifer admits. “He texted me a few days after he threw the drink and he apologized. But then he said, ‘I heard you found someone.’ That was definitely not the person I married, or maybe it was and it was hidden all that time. To me that just goes to show that you can know someone and never really know them.”
Jennifer feels that her divorce party demonstrated her strength and independence from Eric. “For the longest time, I had been very uncertain of what I was going to do and just really not happy,” she explains. “To me it symbolized moving forward, being happy and just being independent. Why not celebrate that?”
And even though it was hard to have the struggles of her relationship on TV, Jennifer has no regrets. “It was difficult at times,” she confesses. “But I don’t live with regrets. I’m glad it happened that way because who knows — if I wasn’t forced to talk about these things, I may still be in that miserable situation.”
Jennifer is even moving on with her dating life, even though she’s not ready to settle down with a new guy just yet. “I’m looking for a guy that can make me laugh, we have a good time,” she says. “Right now, I definitely don’t want anything serious. I’m focusing on me.”
She also shares some advice with her friend and co-star Evelyn Lozada, who is about to get married to Chad Ochocinco. “When you get married, you just really have to be on the same page with the person,” Jennifer notes. “Trust and communication is key.”
– Lindsey DiMattina
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