Former “Basketball Wives” star Jennifer Williams has a lot to be thankful for this year as she celebrates her 46th birthday with a newly acquired white Rolls-Royce coupe.
Williams shared a video post on Sept. 17 showing the car being delivered to her house. She captioned the video “The Bible says when something gets stolen from you, you get it back sevenfold… from one RR to the next.. #Upgrade #GodIsThePlug#HappyBirthdayToMeFromMe#ProgressiveIStillNeedMyCheck#DontAskMeAboutThatRangeAnymore#Proverbs6:31 #JenniferWilliamsProductions.” Many fans raved over the birthday girl’s extravagant gift.
One fan said, “Look at God!!!🙌🏾❤️🔥😍.”
“Pull up game Severe💯🔥❤️🙏🏾,” a second fan wrote.
A third fan gushed, “That thang is MEAAANNNNNNNN❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
“Now that’s a special delivery 😍,” a fourth fan replied.
A fifth fan cheered, “👏🙌🔥🙏🏽Go Queen.”
This comes after the reality star took to Instagram on April 24 to accuse her ex Aaron Nichols of stealing her car. She stated, “I’m asking for some help finding my Range Rover that this man, Aaron Nichols, stole from me. He goes by many alias including Nick, Daniel or Chris. He has conned many women and men too out of vehicles and large amounts of cash. Lives in the Atlanta area and frequents Detriot, Houston, and Vegas. If you have seen him or are a victim of his antics please DM me, email my attorney, Jamie Hernan, at [email protected] or contact the Smyrna Police Dept in GA as there is an active investigation going on. Thank you in advance.”
Nichols then retaliated with a post of his own denying the allegations on April 27 insisting Williams gave him the car. He said “CHECK THE DATES. #JenniferWilliams gave me this truck in November 2019. I got a call from the police department in March 2020 and now I’m April, 5 months later, she’s telling the world it’s stolen. Who waits 5 months to report their car stolen? The police have NOT pressed charges because I didn’t steal anything from her. As people in the comments have already said, you can easily track a Range Rover.”
It is unknown if the incident was resolved, but Williams reportedly is creating a documentary about by how she and several others allegedly were conned by Nichols.