On helping out with the renovation of her Atlanta home: “I found this shell of a house. Dilapidated, it was about to fall over, but the bones were good and it was a modern home, which is less than 1% in Atlanta, so I bought it right away. I began this extensive renovation. I mean, I had no plumbing, no lighting, nothing in there. So I basically built it from the ground up. I even did things with my own hands, like my fireplaces. There’s a lot of love that went into the home and a lot of work.”
Will we see the demise of her marriage to Peter play out on this season of RHOA? “Yes, you will see it play out. Peter and I have always been very transparent in our relationship and it’s worked for us and against us at the same time. But, just being on the show, I think it’s important for us to keep it real, like you guys do [laughs]. So, yes you will see it play out and um, it’s kind of hard because we got married on the show. We’re the only couple that actually got married on The Real Housewives of Atlanta and to have to go to through, you know, a divorce on the show, it’s not easy, but I think the only thing more tragic than divorce is being in something that’s not working anymore.”
The countdown is on! Just 13 more days until the season 9 premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta! Today Porsha Williams was a guest co-host on talk show The Real and dished on the drama of the upcoming season. She also shared a little of what we can expect from her this time around.
She dished with the ladies that we’ll be seeing a new grown-up version of Porsha in the new episodes! “This season on Housewives, you will really get to know me. I’m kind of evolving and I think this season I’m more comfortable in my skin than ever before. I’m taking counseling, which is something I am a big fan of.”
You would think after being such close friends with Peter Thomas, they’d know what happens when you don’t pay your bills. But before doors are even open on the Real Housewives Of Atlanta couple’s restaurant they’ve been hit with a $22,000 lien from both a carpenter and an air conditioner contractor.
I haven’t seen a lot on Instagram so far (and believe me, I’ve been looking), but Kenya has revealed that she splurged for an automated toilet. Don’t get me wrong, I’m certainly intrigued, but it seems like such a random purchase. There are so many other things a person could buy to make their house seem cool.
I’m not at all shocked that Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker’s son would end up an entrepreneur, I just figured that he would start talking first. We all know that Kandi is an overachiever so it makes sense that her baby is following her path.
Kandi‘s son Ace Wells Tucker already has product line and a shoe line in the works. That’s impressive. Obviously, this kid is way too young to actually make any business or design decisions, but it is cool that his parents are setting him up to be a businessman this early in life. Color me jealous.
Kordell Stewart has written a new book, Truth: The Kordell Stewart Story, where he opens up about his tumultuous marriage to Porsha Williams, finally confronts controversies about his sexuality, and opens up about what divorcing Porsha has taught him.
On The Steve Harvey Show, Kordell reveals that he does not blame Real Housewives Of Atlanta for his marriage failing. Actually, he has “no regrets” about appearing on the show or how he was portrayed.
Guess what?! Far from Porsha being the demure church lady she played on her first season of Real Housewives Of Atlanta, the former NFL quarterback claims she was actually a mess when they met. But Kordell’s not here to throw shade…