If you haven’t seen the Porsha Stewart and Kenya Moore fight on the first installment of the Housewives of Atlanta Reunion, you need to get with the times! Now, I am not one for violence but this fight had me on the edge of my seat. The clip of the fight can be found on YouTube and various other websites. So let’s get down to business. Kenya Moore is known from her previous reunion to bring props and get under your skin. This year she decided to bring a “Queens scepter” and bullhorn. Throughout the reunion she is seen pointing the scepter in Porsha’s face and invading not only Porsha’s space but Cynthia’s personal space. Kenya also decides to over talk Porsha with a bullhorn and not only is she screaming in Porsha’s ear, she is screaming in Cynthia’s ear. We all know what happens next. Porsha snatches the scepter from Kenya then throws it to the ground. A few moments later Porsha is seen standing face to face with Kenya and they are hair pulling! Excuse me, “fighting”!! Haha Of course Kenya being who she is decides to call the cops and report the incident and Porsha is last seen lying on the floor with her fellow cast mates surrounding her; except for Cynthia, she is checking on Kenya. Porsha is soon asked to leave the venue and return at a later date. Many questions and debates arose. #TeamPorsha and #TeamKenya have been trending on Twitter and various other social networks. I personally am on no ones side. I do feel bad for Porsha. Kenya has provoked her throughout the season and now the reunion. Porsha has recently been divorced and just finished a stage play. She is trying to get her business off the ground and the emotional toll that followed her to the reunion spelled disaster. I blame the producers and Andy Cohen. Andy is very familiar with all of the ladies. He even hosts a Watch What Happens Live 30min segment after the show is aired with one of the housewives. So if he knows what provokes them and what makes them tick, why ask them certain questions? Why didn’t he stop the fight when it escalated? What were the producers doing? My guess is they are sitting on the sidelines thinking to themselves RATINGS!!! It is sad that a show meant to uplift and inspire the African American (female) community is now being appraised because of fights and arguments. Now don’t get me wrong I love a good argument here and there. BUT THIS IS TO FAR! I think Porsha should get to keep her job and Kenya needs to tone it all the way down. The producers need to do a much better job.
Now my question to you is, what do you think?
Are you #TeamPorsha or #TeamKenya