Ladies and gentlemen, put on take off your sunglasses and step into the shade. However, I must warn you, this is a scepter and weave-free zone! In case any of y’all were worried that hell was in the process of freezing over or that pigs may begin to sprout wings, Porsha Williams wants to assure you that the Kenya Moore hug on this past episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta was nothing short of fake…like Kenya’s hair according to Brandi Glanville (although I am pretty convinced from Krayonce’s latest appearance on WWHL that while she may be crazy, she is #blessed with a beautiful and natural head of hair. Don’t be hatin’, ladies!).
After that more than tumultuous reunion, Kenya and Porsha have finally hugged it out–at Kenya’s prompting, no less!–in an attempt to put the past in the past. But did we viewers really buy it? Nope. And Porsha wants to make sure we all know not to buy what Twirl is selling!
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Speaking to OK, Porsha reveals what everyone already knows. She tells the site, “I feel that she wanted to hug me for the cameras. From the moment she walked in, she had been making little sly comments to me. When I am around Kenya her energy and spirit towards me is very dark, spiteful and negative.”
Porsha continues, “That was the most awkward and coldest hug I’ve ever experienced, which to me is unfortunate because deep down I wished there were some genuine feelings of care there,” adding, “You will see that my premonition and hesitation to give her one hundred was well warranted. Just keep your ears open and watch as the zebra tries to change her stripes and fails.”
Over all the hatred and drama, Porsha laments, “I just find it sad some women can’t really support each other. I really want to see all women win.” Funny, someone else from RHOA said the exact same thing just a few days ago. Peas in a pod?
Of course, Porsha recognizes that the women are bound to vent about their friendships, and that is perfectly normal. Referring to NeNe Leakes’ comments about her made in the Neenster’s talking head segment, Porsha explains, “I’m hip to the fact that most shade will be thrown in the confessional. Like true sisterhood, we can do that. In contrast, Kenya’s shade comes from a place of hate, jealousy and like she said, ‘despise towards me.’”
Is it me or is Porsha becoming Kenya 2.0?
TELL US-DO YOU THINK KENYA’S HUG WAS GENUINE? ARE YOU TEAM PORSHA, TEAM KENYA, OR TEAM THEY SHOULD BOTH JUST STHU?
[Photo Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo]