Reality Diva Malaysia Pargo(Basketball Wives L.A.) covers this weeks Rolling Out! In her sit down interview, she discusses co parenting, dating athletes, the cost of fame of doing reality tv and more! In her sexy cover shoot, she wears sexy black lace outfits, a few curly wigs to keep it seductive and a matching bod that any man would love. Check out what she had to say inside and more photos…
How is motherhood?
Motherhood is great. It’s the best and greatest thing that’s ever happened to me. My kids are amazing. They all just had birthdays. My twins just turned 5. Then, my son Little J just had his 9th birthday. We’re celebrating birthdays. I’m stumbling over toys at this point. We’re all great!
After divorce, it’s not about you. It’s about the kids. For me, I just learn to make sure my kids are whole.
Any advice to young women dating athletes or celebrities?
It’s going to sound very weird when you read this: “Keep in contact with yourself,” but you got to make a daily plan to keep in contact with yourself to find out who you are, what you are, where you want to be. Keep contact with your dreams. Keep God first so that he can keep you good on your journey. Because in the lifestyle that they lead, they meet different people. You get different energies. You’re moving so fast. You have so much money. You kind of forget what you are when you’re cleaved into a marriage or just a couple. You become one. You take on a lot of things that he wants to do, his dreams, his aspirations, and his goals. You kind of leave yourself behind. I would say my best advice is to keep in contact with where you want to go and whom you want to be so that you won’t forget.
I’m not full of myself. I will talk to anybody as long as you talk to me and have some sense.
What has being on reality TV taught you about fame?
Being on reality TV sometimes actually I forget that I’m on TV. So when I walk into a room and people are starring at me, I’m like, “What the hell are they looking at?” [giggles]
I really do because I find myself very much a down-to-earth person, very humble. I’m not full of myself. I will talk to anybody as long as you talk to me and have some sense. It really taught me that you can still be the same person whether on Monday night, Tuesday night, or Wednesday night. You don’t have to be an ass to get respect. I feel like I talk to everyone. I’m still the same person. I’m still the same person to my friends and my family. People that I don’t talk to, haven’t talked to in years, but if they see me on the street I’ll definitely hold a conversation like we’re back in Compton a long time ago. It really hasn’t changed me at all. I don’t plan for there to be any change in me.
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