If you’re a fan of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reality show, then you’ve seen the shocking brawl between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore, at the reunion show. The footage aired last Sunday, leaving viewers and even the cast in shock. Since then, millions of fans, talk shows hosts, radio personalities, and bloggers have weighed in on the main question everyone is asking: “Should we blame Porsha, Kenya, or Bravo TV network for letting this charade happen?” Many fans have sided with Williams, and stated on Facebook and Twitter, that Moore is a bully who finally got what she deserved. Other fans said that the executive producer of the “Housewives” franchise, Andy Cohen, is to blame since he allowed Moore to physically invade Williams’ personal space, by using props that she brought to the reunion show. As a result, Williams’ future with the show is in jeopardy, and Moore has publicly stated that she may resign from the show.
Even celebrity music artists are talking about the drama. Rapper and singer, Nicki Minaj, voiced her opinion of the brawl, during an interview with Lance Bass on Entertainment Tonight. She stated “Let me say this. You know what? Being that I do love Kenya, if it was someone else, and not Kenya I would’ve said, she got what was coming to her. She definitely provoked Porsha. I wouldn’t have sat there and let nobody do that to me. The scepter and then the blow-horn, would not have been received well from her end. I wouldn’t have been able to handle it. Somebody would have had to get knocked upside the head! But I think Kenya, she’s very smart and she makes chess moves. She knows how to get under people’s skin. If Porsha knew better, then she wouldn’t let people rile her up as quickly. I think it’s a learning experience. I’ve gone through my fair share of feeling like oh my God, I let somebody get under my skin.” Maybe she’s referring to the epic feud between herself, and singer Mariah Carey or rapper, Lil Kim. Minaj continued, “I think they’re just regular women trying to find themselves on reality TV. That must not be an easy task.”
Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star, Nene Leakes, had more than a few words to say. In a recent interview on the Aresnio Hall Show and in her blog, she defended Williams. She stated “I’ve sat through many reunion shows, but this one takes the cake for me! You taunt, you invade people’s personal space, you push, you provoke, you lie and yet, you don’t condone violence!”
On Monday, Moore told the Associated Press that “Porsha was in a position to provoke me. It’s just very unfortunate and sad. If I was in her position, the first thing I would do is apologize.”
Willaims will break her silence and address the “Housewives” incident when she appears on Tuesday’s edition of “The View.”