Malaysia Pargo revealed her younger brother, Dontae Hayes, was shot and killed by police on December 31st, 2013, per MEA World Wide. Hayes was just 17 years old at the time of his death. Hayes was...
Malaysia Pargo seems to be particularly invested in the topic and heartbroken in equal measure. Her brother Dontae Hayes was shot and killed by a cop in 2013. He was just 17 years old at the time and was reaching for a wrenchin his pocket.
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In Season 9, Episode 2, Malaysia opened up to Kristen about what happened to her brother. She shared that her younger brother, Dontae Hayes, was shot and killed by a cop in 2013. “He was murdered by cops at the age of 17, while he was unarmed in a park,” she shares.
Malaysia Pargo became emotional in the latest episode of ‘Basketball Wives’ after she recalled her brother Dontae Hayes’ death. Here’s who he was and what happened to him. The ‘Basketball Wives’ episode decided to bring some serious discussion into the show. Malaysia became emotional as she recalled the memories after her brother’s death.
By. Amanda Anderson-Niles. Published. July 30, 2018. Tonight’s episode of “Basketball Wives” will have Malaysia taking about the shooting of her brother Dontae Hayes. Dontae was shot the morning of December 31st, 2013 in Riverside, California. According to reports, the shooting occurred in a park in Riverside.
On Basketball Wives, Malaysia Pargo opened up about the death of her brother, Dontae Hayes, as she struggles to have a talk with her son.
Last week on Basketball Wives, Malaysia had “that talk” with her oldest son and it was heartbreaking. Mothers of black sons know exactly what that talk is. It’s especially hard for Malaysia, whose own brother Dontae Hayes was shot and killed by a police officer in 2013. He was just 20 years old at the time.
Basketball Wives star Malaysia Pargo lives with constant pain and fear in her heart. Her brother, Dontae Hayes, was shot dead by a police officer who claimed that he first fired his gun. Malaysia sat down with her son, Jannero Pargo Jr., and told him the details.