“I think that she’s bored [and] that she has nothing else to do,” Porsha stated, adding how she’s not on Twitter, and so never saw the shady tweets from Kenya.
“I enjoy Tanya,” she said, defending herself. “Like, why do my friendships have to be fake, and yet her friendships are real?”
Porsha also pointed out Kenya’s hypocrisy on the matter, considering how she treats her friends on the show.
“She shades her friend right there on the show for everybody to see,” she said, most likely referring to when Kenya grilled friend Cynthia Bailey–new owner of The Bailey Wine Cellar–on her wine knowledge.
“Eva was super pissed, on Instagram and in text,” Porsha explained, saying how she then asked Nene to send her the clip of what was said so she could assess the situation.
Porsha went on to explain that she found Nene’s comments about Eva to be less harsh, and more about how Eva just “didn’t really bring a lot” and “didn’t have much story line.”
Considering the question of Eva’s potential firing, Andy also brought up how Porsha was almost cut from RHOA after her first season, but proved herself at the reunion as being very “powerful” and ultimately connected with viewers.
Porsha explained how her relationship–and ultimate divorce–drama at the time with ex-husband Kordell Stewart is what likely caused her to show up in an authentic way.
“My reaction to hearing that was [that] my heart was shown. I really didn’t come into that reunion with an agenda, I was very broken [and] was really just showing my heart,” she shared.
Although the RHOA reunion has been postponed, Andy recently confirmed the ladies will have to film it virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing restrictions.
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