There have been rumors that Porsha Williams’ “Real Housewives of Atlanta” days are numbered following her alleged fight with co-star Kenya Moore, but that won’t happen if the other ladies have anything to say about it.
Though she and Kenya haven’t been able to forge a friendship, Porsha has reportedly done a great job of building strong bonds with NeNe Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey and Phaedra Parks, all of whom are reportedly threatening to leave the show if Porsha is fired.
According to TMZ, the ladies took time out from celebrating Kandi’s nuptials this weekend to devise this boycott that would likely save Porsha’s reality TV job.
Even before the rumored fight, rumors of Porsha’s exit circulated. According to reports, the “Flatline” singer’s storyline seemed flat after the drama with her ex subsided.
While some “RHOA” would be happy to see Porsha leave the show, others are up in arms over the possibility and have pointed out that other “Housewives” franchises consistently offer violence while the stars of those series are still around.
“Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is known for having flipped a table during season 1 of the show and she shoved Bravo exec Andy Cohen during a reunion show taping. That’s a small taste of the violence the series’ families serve.
Though Kenya was the victim of the alleged assault by all accounts, NeNe would prefer the former Miss USA be ousted before Porsha. She recently told TMZ that it’s time for Kenya to go.
“They need to kick Kenya off with her dumb self,” said NeNe who, along with Phaedra, is reportedly trying to get the producers to consider that course of action.
Porsha hasn’t publicly commented on the incident, but Cynthia suggested that what happened at the reunion is not an adequate representation of the “RHOA” brand.
“This is ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta.’ Outside of the whole Pillow Talk fight situation that we had a few weeks ago, we don’t really physically fight on the show,” Cynthia recently told Big Tigger in reference to the bout between Apollo Nida and Brandon DeShazer. “I don’t think anyone really watches our show to see the women fight.”
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