Things reached a boiling point on last night's episode of Basketball Wives! Even though Ogom "OG" Chijindu and Kristen Scott still had their unresolved issues and CeCe Gutierrez still felt some type of way about Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams, original cast member Malaysia Pargo still thought it would be a good idea to invite all of the ladies to a wig party. In an exclusive interview with Life & Style, Malaysia explained what her intentions were by getting all of the girls who are currently beefing into one room.

"So, I never want anyone to feel left out and I try to treat everyone how I want to be treated," Malaysia revealed to Life & Style. "And I feel like were are all adults and you are supposed to be able to come into a room with your enemy and know how to act. If there’s a person in the room that you are not happy to see, stay away from them. The room was big [where] I threw the party for the women and like, you can come in and enjoy yourself — if not leave. If you feel uncomfortable, if you don’t want to have any arguments or altercations, you should probably leave and that’s that."

That's exaclty what CeCe did after she brought up the rumors that Evelyn and Jennifer spread about her allegedly operating a happy endings ring through her medical spa — which CeCe has vehemently denied. Meanwhile, Kristen and OG went at it and even though things got tense, the ladies were able to agree to disagree and it seems like everything went the way that Malaysia expected.

"I really felt like because OG and Kristen don’t really get along, I know Kristen very well and she’s a very mature woman — I don’t really know OG that well, but I know Kristen will have a handle on herself," Malaysia said. "I feel like CeCe is not confrontational so I felt like maybe Evelyn and Jen will make a remark and CeCe will probably ignore it. But for the most part, I felt like if I get them together enough, maybe they’ll get kinda annoyed with the fact that they have to see each other so much and they won’t fight. In my mind, I figure by making it a repetitive thing they won’t fight so much."