May 06, 2014 02:01 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
In spite of (or, perhaps, because of) all the drama related to her reunion fight, Porsha Williams’ time on the Real Housewives Of Atlanta is probably drawing to a close. Fortunately, the reality star has other plans up her sleeve — namely, launching her music career. She recently performed in front of a sold-out crowd, but the Facebook response to this live debut was not entirely positive.
When she was still one of the more popular cast members on The Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Porsha Williams impressed with a lovely audition for Kandi Burruss’ play. This early success was more than enough to convince the reality star to continue pursuing her dream of producing her own album. Porsha has since accomplished this goal, and now, she’s eager to perform in front of adoring crowds.
The audience at the reality star’s debut performance was certainly impressive, with fans cheering like crazy. Porsha obviously appreciated the support — as she left the stage, the celeb exclaimed, “I love you from the bottom of my heart!”
While the crowd mostly seemed to enjoy the performance, the response on Twitter was not nearly as positive. After Bravo tweeted out a video of Porsha’s performance, critics began to trash the reality star, accusing her of being a terrible singer. Of course, many of these haters were already biased before they saw the video, as Porsha’s reunion fight resulted in a definite thinning out of her fan base. Still, Porsha is doing her best to remain positive, as she continues to enjoy the support of her most dedicated fans.
We’ve posted a video of Porsha Williams’ Flatline performance below. Check it out and, when you’re finished, head to the comments section to tell us what you think!
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Photo Credit: Porsha Williams Twitter
Topics: Bravo Reality TV Shows, The Real Housewives Of Atlanta |
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