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Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Turned BRAWL!

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Well, I suppose we shouldn’t be all that surprised to learn that things got physical at yesterday’s taping of the RHOA Season 6 reunion. From the pillow talk fiasco through last week’s altercation between hubbies Greg and Peter, there seems to be a theme happening this season.

Reportedly, the drama in question went down between Porsha Stewart and, who else, Kenya Moore. According to an insider, “They did get into an altercation. Porsha stood up, so then Kenya stood up. Porsha charged at Kenya and pulled her hair, but it was over in a matter of seconds. Porsha never dragged her by her hair. Andy [Cohen] and a producer jumped in and then security came.” It had previously been reported that things got to the point where Porsha “beat the crap” out of Kenya and dragged her by her hair across the stage. It appears that that account was somewhat exaggerated and that Kenya is actually fine.

Whatever happened, Kenya is trying to look like the bigger person. That, or she’s in denial. She tweeted the following earlier today:

So, what caused all this commotion? We’ll have to wait to see how the editors put everything together but this, of course, comes after two seasons of Porsha and Kenya butting heads. Word is that this disagreement was over Kenya having referred to Porsha as her ex-husband’s “beard” this season. Kenya may have even brought sex toys to the reunion to taunt Porsha about Kordell’s sexuality. We know Kenya likes to stir up trouble so this doesn’t seem altogether far-fetched but, again, we’ll have to wait and see what happens when the reunion airs! What we know for sure is that whatever happened, Bravo will likely want to use it to hype up as much anticipation as possible for the RHOA reunion. Here’s hoping no one decides to press charges (apparently Kenya is considering it…) so that we are able to watch all the the drama unfold!!

It sounds like Porsha wasn’t the only one Kenya was gunning for at this year’s reunion. She had this to say last week about her plans for the reunion taping:

“In terms from Apollo and Phaedra, I think that the truth needs to be told. NeNe as well. She’s been the phoniest person on the show. I know who she is and I will be happy to expose her for who she really is in the lies.”

Well, it sounds like whatever happens during the Season 6 reunion it won’t be dull! Stay tuned– part 1 of the reunion will reportedly air Sunday, April 20.

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  • johnc.garcia.jcg@gmail.com

    Can’t wait to see it!!!!

  • Juanita Jordan

    Porsha was coming from a place of damage with the recent events of her divorce and for Kenya to cause more pain was totally wrong. While Kenya tweeted she would never engage in physical altercations; mental abuse is considered just as bad. I am team Kenya, but she leaves little room for sympathy. When given a platform to promote decency, she utilized it to allow the public to disrespect her, based on her response to the actions of others. Obviously, you were dealing with a woman with child-like tendencies. In all your travels did you not see that? Hopefully, Bravo will replace Porsha. She’s an accident waiting to happen. No storyline, making bad decisions and apparently a woman scorned. The Housewives of Atlanta is becoming a joke for the world to witness. There is little pride or sisterhood. I did not sign on for disgrace among black men and women (husband and wives), and alot of bitch calling. I signed on for what the original show introduced. You are all puppets, asked to make the program more interesting, never realizing there is this thing called morals, decency and self-respect. I would truly like to think this is scripted and not reality tv. Unfortunately, at the end of the day you can only spend the money once; integrity lasts a lifetime.