Wilkinson-Baskett Case Study

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Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett is speaking out and she wants everyone to know that she is not fake. Kendra is admitting that she hated being forced to be friends with Holly Madison. It has been very obvious since The Girls Next Door came to an end that these two are not friendly. E! Online shared what Kendra had to say in a recent interview that she did with Kyle & Jackie O Show.

#KendraWilkinson SLAMS #HollyMadison for her 'unbelievable' allegations! https://t.co/foylZeUaVU pic.twitter.com/cWo1BQz9hp

— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) March 21, 2016 When talking to the radio hosts, Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett shared the details of what she had to say about Holly. She asked the radio hosts, "You got the feeling that she wanted to have babies, get married,
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All of a sudden years later, ‘Oh I really didn't want to be there.' It's like what? Who are you trying to fool? At the end of the day she made a lot of things about me up in her book."

If you have checked out Holly Madison's book, she said that she tried to be friends with Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett, but that Kendra pushed her away. Kendra went on to explain that this wasn't really the case or the way that it worked out.

"She said ‘Oh , I didn't want to be friends with her,' which was true because we were never friends from the start. The worst thing is having to be fake friends for fame, for this industry and I hate that feeling. I'm not a fake person. I love real friends. I love real family. I love real. So the worst part, the worst thing is just being forced to be friends with somebody because of TV."

Kendra Wilkson-Baskett is also defending Hugh Hefner. She shares that Holly made it sound like she never really wanted to be with him, but that wasn't true at all. Kendra says that Hef would give Holly the world and that she got nice things such as money, cars and diamonds. Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett and Holly Madison don't speak at all anymore and honestly both of them seem to be okay with that being the way it is
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Kendra is the mom of two young children, but in this clip she says that she can't be "tamed." Kendra says she has a lot of cool new friends and is putting her past behind her. It is obvious that Kendra is moving on with her life. Kendra even says she is not the type of person who should be married, but that doesn't mean that she has split from husband Hank Baskett. The two have been spotted together several times lately and she has been talking about Hank on her social networks.

Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett has been through a hard time with her mother and brother over the past few years. From this Kendra On Top preview, it looks like Kendra hasn't made up with them yet either. Hopefully she is finding a way to move on and the viewers will find out more when the new season airs next month. Here is a tweet that she actually made recently.

I just asked @TheHankBaskett if he wanted to sext while I'm on the plane.  I love wifi. 

— Kendra Wilkinson (@KendraWilkinson) March 21, 2016 Are you shocked to hear that Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett didn't like having to fake she was friends with Holly Madison? Did you think that these two were close? Sound off in the comments and don't miss Kendra On Top when it starts airing a new season on WE on April 1.

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