Draya Michele on Leaving 'Basketball Wives': 'I'm Owed an Apology'

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Draya Michele is upset with how things went down before herBasketball Wives L.A.departure.

The 30-year-old reality star talked to ET at her commercial shoot for Hpnotiq, the liquor brand Draya is the ambassador of, where she opened up about the private moment caught on tape with her and co-star Brandi Maxiell.

In the privately recorded video, Draya appears to call Brandi's cancer survival story "boring," however the reality star insists this could not be further from the case.

"I didn't mean anyones health condition is boring," she told ET. "I just mean you're pretty boring as a person, and everyone pretty much agreed!"

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"I was being filmed on a camera phone," Draya explained. "I wouldn't have had that conversation on air."

"I just feel that I'm owed an apology," she continued. "She tried to make me look a certain way and no one bought it."

Meanwhile, Draya says her relationship with Dallas Cowboys star, Orlando Scandrick, has markedly improved since she left the show.

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"I used to shoot the show and I would just come home and I wouldn't have a nice attitude after working all day," she said. "Now are talking about him and his recovery and his injury. You know other stuff. Planning for our future."

The couple still plans to get married, but is taking it slow.

"We still don't have a date set yet. We're kind of just not in a rush for that," she said. "We have a lot of traveling we want to do and we want to make sure we get our bucket list finished, then we'll get married."

Watch the video below to see Draya's acting debut.