When did Basketball Wives star Malaysia Pargo divorce Jannero?

VH1's sisterhood show Basketball Wives returns for a ninth season on February 9, 2021.

In season nine, Malaysia Pargo will be joined by cast members Shaunie O’Neal, Evelyn Lozada, Jackie Christie, Jennifer Williams, Kristen Scott, Ogom “OG” Chijindu, Feby Torres, Liza Morales, Nia and Noria Dorsey.

Who is Basketball Wives star Malaysia Pargo?

Malaysia Pargo is the ex-wife of former NBA player Jannero Pargo.

The Compton native first rose to fame as a cast member of Basketball Wives: Los Angeles.

Malaysia has appeared on 27 different episodes of the Basketball Wives franchise, spanning four season.

Malaysia owns her own jewelry line, Three Beats Custom Children's Jewelry.

She has a reported net worth of $3.5million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Who is Jannero Pargo?

Jannero Pargo, 41, is a former NBA player.

From 2002 to 2008, Pargo played for the Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls and New Orleans Hornets.

From 2009-2014, Pargo bounced around the league but never found a suitable team.

In the summer of 2017, Pargo joined the Basketball Tournament on ESPN, where he competed for the $2million prize with the team A Few Good Men.

That same year, Pargo was named as an assistant coach for the Windy City Bulls of the NBA G-League.

In July 2019, he joined the Portland Trail Blazers as an assistant coach.

When did Basketball Wives star Malaysia Pargo divorce Jannero?

Malaysia was married to Pargo for 10 years, before she filed for divorce in 2014.

The pair share joint custody of their three kids.

During a 2015 interview with RollingOut, Malaysia said, "After divorce, it's not about you. It's about the kids. For me, I just learned to make sure my kids are whole."

"Co-parenting is the most important thing because, first off, you broke a home, and kids realize it, especially when they're of age.

"Like my kids, say for my 9-year-old, all he remembers is mom and dad together. Then once you get into school, you see other kids and they have their mom and their dad," she added

"You want to make sure they don't feel like they're missing anything. As of right now, my ex is actually here with us now."

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