Lozada’s Solo Gig?

She’s one of all-stars on VH1’s Basketball WivesBut Evelyn Lozada could soon be leaving the team to become a solo player.

The Puerto-Rican beauty is reportedly in talks to star in her own reality series on VH1, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the deal would require less shooting time from Lozadaa fan favorite on Basketball Wives—so she can spend more time with her college-aged daughter and attend her fiancé Chad Ochocinco’s NFL games.

Lozada, who co-owns the shoe boutique Dulce in Coral Gables, FL, recently signed a six-figure book and movie deal.

According to sources, the spin-off will follow the weeks leading up to the couple’s impending nuptials.  “They’re still debating on where,” says Diann Valentine, the couple’s wedding planner and star of the WE tv show, I Do Over. “We’ve narrowed it down so it will either be somewhere in Florida or on an island. So I’m exploring both. I’m exploring locations in Florida and I’m looking at some islands that are not too far away because, you know, she loves warm weather, she loves the tropics, she loves the beach.”

Lozada’s Next Big Project: Writing

It’s time to add another title to Basketball Wives star and entrepreneur Evelyn Lozada’s resume: author.

The Puerto Rican beauty, the fiancée of NFL star Chad Ochocinco, has signed a six-figure deal with Cash Money Content to develop literary and feature film projects, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Lozada’s first writing project is The Wives Association, a series of books to be co-authored by novelist and former Law & Order: Criminal Intent scribe Courtney Parker. The series will be loosely based on the New York native’s life, using the alter ego Eve Inez-Landon to fictionalize the true stories she’s learned from years of experience dating pro athletes.

“The stories that you hear—what goes on in these relationships, and just being in that circle—I decided to let everyone experience a piece of it for themselves by writing this series of juicy novels,” says Lozada, who co-owns Dulce, a shoe boutique in Coral Gables, Florida.

Cash Money Content—the book publishing arm of record label Cash Money Records, founded by brothers Bryan “Baby” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams—hopes to develop film projects based on the books.

“By partnering with Baby and Cash Money Content, we have the potential to turn these ‘novels’ into a full-fledged brand,” explains Lozada. “Everything Baby and CMC touches turns to gold, and our brands together will be magical.”