Ho Sit Down: Tiki Barber’s Homewrecking Becky Bride Takes Off Her Top For Magazine And Says “It’s Easy For People To Hate Me”

- By Bossip Staff

Tiki Barber’s New Model Wife Traci Lynn Johnson Poses Without Top For Magazine

The ho y’all love to hate, Tiki Barber’s homewrecking becky bride Traci Lynn Johnson has done it again! She’s flossin’ her scrawny bawwwwdy for another men’s magazine and talking all kinds of yang about not understanding why people hate her:

Traci Lynn Johnson still doesn’t understand why people hate her so much.

She’s still got so little remorse about removing Tiki Barber from his pregnant wife two years ago that she unabashedly posed sans a top for a nightlife magazine last week.

It was an eyeful for Metropolis Nights editor Chaunce Hayden, who managed to recover and ask the pulled-taffy temptress about her naysayers.

“I have a lot more haters than I do lovers,” confessed Traci Lynn, who married the New York Giants running back-turned-commentator last month.

Imagine that — surprise from the woman who trysted with Barber in his agent’s attic, a liaison that the gridiron recordbreaker himself revealed in Sports Illustrated, knowing full well his wife Ginny, the mother of his two sons, was expecting twins.

Barber filed for divorce in April 2010; Ginny delivered two beautiful girls in May.

But the chaos wreaked on the family by her and Barber is not something to be deeply ashamed of, but the result of envy, apparently.

“The people who keep saying all these negative things about me don’t know me at all,” she added. “They just hate their life more, so it’s easy for them to hate me instead of dealing with their own problems.”

Is this HO CRAZY??? We don’t need to know you to know you are a skank. You just don’t fawk another woman’s husband while she’s at home with two young kids and another two on the way and think you get a free pass into people’s hearts… Jeesh.

Here’s the Metropolis cover:

Hit the flip for more of her ridiculous quotes…

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