Best feud ever or nah?!
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The Real Housewives of Atlanta part one reunion episode was out of control!
The type of shizz that went down between Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams has never been seen on Real Housewives before.
And while Kenya has spoken out about the insanity, Porsha has remained quiet…even when she was arrested for the fight!
But now she has opened up to Access Hollywood and addressed every nasty thing that went down:
"I had regrets immediately after. It didn't take for me to get home to watch it. It was–as soon as it happened and I opened my eyes, I realized what had happened and to just walk you through it from the beginning to the end. We have to go back further than just the reunion…"
Well, it is good to hear that she realized it was wrong.
But she thinks she was the one attacked, even though her hands were doing the hair pulling:
"It's not about team Porsha. It's about team truth it's about team what's right and for me I don't want people just to be like oh team Porsha, that's great and I appreciate the love but understand the deeper thing that's going on here, it's bullying. Bullying can happen as an adult it can happen as a child in college on your work place everywhere."
And that bullying Porsha felt she was facing included that famous scepter Kenya brought on stage:
"I see the wand so I'm sitting there this is a wand, what is she about to do with that. Then I realize she's using it as an extension of her arm, so I'm like ok cool as long as she doesn't bring it over here, I'm fine.. I saw the hate. I saw the anger. I saw all of that in Kenya's eye that moment. And I felt threatened, honestly I did, it was a weapon."
There is one little technicality in that Kenya never hit Porsha with the scepter.
While all the ladies have slung nasty words at each other over the seasons, violence crosses the line.
And what we all saw during part one was definitely some brutal violence.
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