Porsha Speaks On Fight With Kenya, And If It Enforces Stereotype That Black Women Can’t Get Along

April 1, 2014  |  

Despite rumors that she could get the boot from Real Housewives of Atlanta for scrapping with Kenya Moore at the taping of the reunion show, Porsha Williams is moving on, still on her grind and promoting her single “Flatline” on the radio. She did just that this morning in an interview with Tom Joyner, and though she was there to talk music, of course, the conversation turned to her recent scuffle with her RHOA co-star. According to TheYBF, Williams tried to avoid speaking on it because she’s “under contract,” but once the reunion episode airs, she’ll be free to explain herself.

When asked about what happened at the reunion, Williams had this to say, according to TheYBF:

The Details Of Her Fight With Kenya:

“I’m under contract and can’t speak on it.”

If She Actually Hit Her:

I can’t say…”

What She Can Divulge About The Fight:

“That I went to the reunion show.”

If Kenya Called The Police On Her:

“No comment.”

If She’ll Do Another Reality Show If Things With RHOA Don’t Work Out:

“I’m not sure.”

If She Has Been Able To Be Friendly And Patch Things Up With Kordell:

“You know what, I’ve moved on from speaking about Kordell. I’m just in a place where I hope he’s happy. However he’s living.”

After her interview with Tom Joyner, she chatted with TJMS producer Nikki Woods for “Beyond The Studio.” While they conversed, she was asked more questions about her fight with Kenya, and if she thinks the fight and RHOA in general confirm the stereotype about black women not being able to get along:

About The Fight:

“I have no comment for that. You have to watch the reunion and see what happens.”

If She Actually Fought Her:

“I haven’t confirmed that that actually happened, I think you’re confirming that [laughs]. Did you fight Kenya? I haven’t confirmed that at all. No comment to that. Everything will come out in the wash.”

If RHOA And Fight Confirm Bad Stereotype That Black Women Can’t Get Along:

 “I don’t know if we prove that. Our cast is assorted. So some of us were girlfriends before, some of us weren’t. We’re all independent and outspoken, so when you get us together, that’s how you get the Real Housewives of Atlanta. We’re all really feisty and we all have a point and we want to make it known. “ 

So there you have it. She has to keep things on the hush for now about her behavior, but once the reunion airs, get ready for folks to start pointing fingers. Check out her convo with Nikki Woods below and share your thoughts:

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