Too Far? You Won’t Believe How Low Jackie and Evelyn Went During Their Epic Fight

Their daughters were dragged into it.

Jackie Christie and Evelyn Lozada are viciously at odds on the current season of Basketball Wives, and while the latest epiode showed the two exchanging insults left and right, the ladies took things to new heights by bringing their daughters into their feud.

In the most recently aired episode of the reality show, the ladies went at it, resulting in Evelyn calling Jackie out for being "full of s**t," and Jackie returning the favor, using Evelyn's now signature insult against her by calling her a "non-motherf*****g factor."

Things took a turn when Evelyn brought up Jackie's daughter, TaKari, whom she's notoriously been estranged from for some time now.

In a sneak peek into the next episode, Jackie sits down with fellow cast member Tami Roman to discuss the confrontation, and it seems as she did not hear Evelyn's final jab at the moment it was delivered.

"I didn't put her kid in it," she said. "Shaniece [Evelyn's daughter] looked very cute that night. She was a sweet girl, and I will not throw her in the middle of this."

Only thing, though, is that she kind of did when she explained a hypothetical situation, saying if she wanted to bring Shaniece into the feud, she could as she's heard that the 24-year-old model is a "build-a-whore."

On top of that, Jackie claims that Evelyn wants to be a part of her marriage, "sister-wife" style, and she's not having it.

Take a look at the clip, below:

Can't these two just get along?

The next episode of Basketball Wives airs on Monday at 9 p.m. on VH1.

See who also had a problem with Evelyn earlier in the season in the BET Breaks video, above.

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