April 29, 2014 10:11 AM by Lisa Princ
Porsha Williams or Stewart, whichever you want to call her, has been making lots of headlines lately – from her bitter divorce from Kordell Stewart, to the nasty brawl in which she attacked fellow Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore at the reunion. There really is never a dull moment for Williams. And while many Facebook and Twitter fans have been supportive of Williams after the brawl with Moore, Porsha wants to issue and apology to fans, viewers, and even her fellow housewives!
If you tuned in to the Real Housewives Of Atlanta reunion show recently, then you witnessed the brawl of the century between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore, where Williams attacked Moore after Moore began waving objects in Williams’ face. But now, Porsha is sorry she reacted the way she did, or at least that is what she wants everyone to believe. In the latest edition of US Weekly Magazine, Williams explained why she snapped: “I was pushed too far with objects waved in my face and my personal space was continuously violated, and I reacted in a way which I am not proud of,” noting that being bullied has taken a toll on her.
But that’s not an excuse, and now, Porsha Williams regrets behaving the way she did to fellow RHOA cast member Kenya Moore. “Violence is not the answer and I want to apologize to my fans, the viewers and the other ladies for my behavior. For the thousands of supporters that have stuck by me I thank you immensely and encourage you to donate to shelters for abused woman and support charities that stop bullying,” Williams went on to tell the magazine.
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