Drama Never Ends: Two Former 'Basketball Wives' Are Feuding Over a Trademark

Drama Never Ends: Two Former 'Basketball Wives' Are Feuding Over a Trademark

It's a battle of the reality stars.

Published June 24, 2016

There's some drama brewing between two former Basketball Wives LA castmates. Though the ladies are no longer on the show, one of them took "petty" to another level, making a business move to teach her nemesis a lesson.

The feuding ladies are none other than Draya Michele and Brittish Williams. Brittish stopped by Bossip's Don't Be Scared podcast and dished on buying the trademark to Draya's Mint Swim company.

"She was coming for my company, saying something smart on Twitter because I think had some issues with complaints because my company has made over $1.5 million and we've been open for three years," she said. "When she came for me, I was like, 'Oh, we're gonna talk about companies?' I told my lawyer to look up her company and see if everything's legit."

This is where the petty train came and things got nasty: "He was like, 'There's no trademark. The brand isn't trademarked.' I was like, 'Buy it, I wanna buy it,'" she said. "The point was for the reunion if she came for me, I was gonna be like, 'Well, who owns the rights to your company?' But she didn't come because shes always scared."

As far as their relationship today, Brittish says there really isn't one to discuss, but she wishes her well.

"I don't have hate in my heart for anyone," she said. "I don't see her. I don't talk to her. I gave her her company back... I really hope the best for her. I love her new line."

Watch the reality star talk to us about keeping her kids away from reality TV in the video above.

Written by John Justice

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