Porsha Stewart Opens Up About New Music And Suffering A Miscarraige

March 25, 2013  |  

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We’ve been hearing about Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Stewart’s “budding” music career since she emerged on the scene a few months ago; however, with the exception of the above photo, there has been little to no evidence of it. During one episode, her cast mates put her on the spot, asking her to sing a song for them, but it never happened. It appears that it won’t be long before we get to hear Porsha’s music, though. During a recent interview with ABC News Radio, the reality star opened up about her latest project, which she says will be about love and relationships. She also discussed why she chose not to show her 9-year-old step-son on the show, in addition to a miscarriage that she suffered in the past. Check out some of what she had to say.

On her forthcoming music project:

“I’ll be coming out with a project. I’ve been working with different producers to get that together. It’s a very serious thing to me. It’s not just play-play. I’m not just trying to put out a one hit wonder.”

On her step-son not appearing on the show: 

“He’s a nine-year-old little boy. He’s my stepson and I absolutely adore him. We[Kordell and I] did make the decision not to feature him on the show. [Real Housewives] is something that I decided to do and Kordell signed up to support me. Syre…doesn’t have a place on the show for me.”

On suffering a miscarriage and Kordell’s reaction to the negative pregnancy test: 

“With me suffering a miscarriage before that [the recent pregnancy test scene] was difficult for both of us and…at the moment he [Kordell] doesn’t want to put too much pressure on it because he knows how much that means to me. And really when you’re trying to have a baby the best thing to do is to just not concentrate on it, just let it happen.”

On being a proud trophy wife:

“Being a trophy wife per se is not just about your outer looks. It’s about the man who has put you on the pedestal and him admiring you and thinking well enough of you to put you up there. And I think it’s important for our little girls to know that they can be a princesses and they can have it all…So I feel proud to represent — and I use the word lightly — the Black trophy wife.”

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