Life Imitating Art Imitating Life? – YaVaughnie Wilkins

Women when will we learn, unless you are rich and famous singer, a jump-off will never replace the wife.

Clearly, the lovely YaVaughnie– yes you read that correctly – did not get that memo. She took a cue from the Girlfriend's episode "The Importance of Being Frank," in order to get revenge on her former long-term MARRIED boyfriend.

If you recall during the Girlfriends episode, which aired back in 2000, Joan is dating a married man unknowingly. The married wife goes berserk, but in the end decides to get her revenge in a very public way. She buys a billboard across from her husband's office with his face on a dog's body.

Well, YaVaughnie Wilkins, was not taking no lying down. She put up a billboard in Times Square AND setup a website with all of the their romantic pics over the years. WOW.

Billboard at W. 52nd St. and Broadway that shows Oracle exec Charles Phillips and his longtime mistress YaVaughnie Wilkins was apparently put up by Wilkins to embarrass the married Phillips.

I know she probably bought the billboard out of anger and hurt but come on, son! You know the game, if you decide to play. No man with anything to lose EVER leaves his wife for the other woman. IT'S CHEAPER TO KEEP HER as Johnnie Taylor would say.

I hate to tell this just makes her appear scorned and loopy.

P.S. I tried to check out the website http://www.charlesphillipsandyavaughniewilkins.com/ but it has been removed. LOL. DON't JUDGE ME!!!!

4 thoughts on “Life Imitating Art Imitating Life? – YaVaughnie Wilkins

  1. Jump-offs will never learn. Why is she even mad she is the one out of order. What gives her the right to feel hurt and scorn in this. All she did was add insult to injury to the wife.

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  2. Well Taula, she should have road the hell out of that gravy train stacked her paper and kept her mouth shut. I am not an advocate for hoeing but hell if you are going to be a hoe then at least do it right.

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