After Sunday’s episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Porsha Stewart joined Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live.
She weighed in on the Kenya/ Walter showdown and cleared up some confusion about her “controlling” husband, Cordell Stewart.
“It’s just great communication between us. We don’t always agree but I try to consider my husband anytime I’m making a decision. That’s what you’re supposed to do when you get married,” she says. “Fault me, call him controlling but it’s our marriage and it works for us.”
And how about Kenya’s B.A.P.S. suggestion? Was the beauty queen throwing shade? Porsha thinks so. “Our history proves that’s exactly what she would do.”
She certainly seemed to enjoy watching Walter Jackson bash her nemesis, Kenya Moore. In her opinion, she had it coming. “He was justified in coming back. He needed to defend himself from those allegations.”
Kenya came out swinging on her Bravo blog after the episode aired and called out her cast mates for conspiring against her. “Phaedra, Apollo, and Peter all conspired to purposely make me feel uncomfortable, threatened, and embarrassed, so I immediately left,” she said of her abrupt exit. “Atlanta may be small, but when you are a fame whore riding off the coattails of someone else’s celebrity, you seek out any moment you can to get your 15 minutes.”
Porsha couldn’t agree less. She says it’s her costar, Kenya, who can’t let go. “That’s the person who is the villain and the victim. She plays both sides,” she said. “If you want to be with a man and he doesn’t want to be with you, then you’re the stalker not him.”
Kenya also took issue with the men on the show this week. “I find it interesting that Peter, Apollo, and Kordell act like catty little women more than their wives… they act like little (rhymes with witches),” she wrote.
Although she seemed to treat her ‘famous friend’ date, Jamal Anderson, like chopped liver on the episode, she gushed about him post Walter-gate, explaining why they aren’t romantic. “It felt good to be on the arm of someone who respects me, who makes me feel safe, makes me laugh, and has always supported me in every way possible for over 15 years,” she said. “We have never dated because the timing has never been right.”
She’s also defending her “down-low” accusations that many have called a low blow. “My ego isn’t that big to intimate homosexuality because someone doesn’t want to sleep with me,” she writes. “However, when you have seen countless questionable misogynistic behaviors coupled with ex-wives and ex-girlfriends who share your suspicions, your uncertainties may be perfectly valid.”
Overall, it seems she’s still fuming months after filming. “A REAL man would never lead a woman on, try to humiliate or hurt them, or try to intimidate them once you have broken up for the sake of more camera time or fame,” she says. “No one forced anyone to be mean, hateful, evil, or stupid.”