Porsha Williams believes that she was backed into a corner before she attacked Kenya Moore at the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6 reunion.
The “RHOA” star, who will discuss the infamous brawl on “The View” tomorrow, said that she’s not proud of her actions. However, she told “Access Hollywood Live” that she felt threatened leading up to the assault.
“I had regrets immediately after,” Porsha said adding that Kenya’s props only heightened the animosity in that moment. “I saw the hate. I saw the anger. I saw all of that in Kenya’s eye that moment, and I felt threatened. Honestly I did, [the scepter] was a weapon.”
Porsha took Kenya’s actions very seriously, even though she realizes in retrospect that the former Miss USA was putting on a show of the Bravo cameras. “For Kenya, she looks at this as a job. It’s a show to her; it’s just entertainment,” Porsha explained. “So she doesn’t take anything seriously . . .Here I am living this real life and here she is portraying one.”
There’s no clear public consensus about who was wrong in this particular incident. “RHOA” viewers have been divided into two camps on this matter: Team Porsha and Team Twirl. Porsha thinks everyone is missing the fact antagonistic behavior is still a prevalent issue among adults.
“It’s not about Team Porsha,” she stated. “I appreciate the love, but understand the deeper thing that’s going on here: it’s bullying. Bullying can happen as an adult, it can happen as a child, in college, or your work place, everywhere.”
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