Since Porsha Williams walked out of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion after her fight with Kenya Moore, her POV on the whole situation was missing from the rest of the three-part Bravo special.
Williams visited “Access Hollywood Live” to discuss what was going through her mind after the physical confrontation. “It was so emotional, and when I hit that floor and I started screaming and Nene was covering my mouth and Phaedra was standing there, it was like sisters,” Williams says. “This show is difficult for all of us. They come at me, I come at them, we come at each other.”
Often, it’s easy to shake off the drama. “At the end of the day we all can pick up the phone and call each other and say ‘Hey, how are you today? I know today’s taping was rough.’ Kenya doesn’t have that relationship with any of us, so when they saw me on the floor,” Williams says as tears fall down her face.
Her castmates helped her through that difficult moment. “They knew the bullying [Kenya] had put me through for two years straight while I was married, once I got through my divorce, here I am, I’m in the studio, I’ve done my ‘Flatlines’ song, I’m feeling successful for once on my own, here I am on the couch strong and here she is trying to tear me down.”
Their support is something Williams says she’ll always remember. “I will never, ever forget that, ever,” she says. “I don’t care where this show goes for me, I’ll never forget what those women did for me.”