First Kenya Moore spoke out about the infamous “Real Housewives of Atlanta” brawl and now Porsha Williams has stepped on the pedestal.
The dramatic and physical reunion show became one of the most talked about episodes of the “Real Housewives” series when Williams attacked Moore, pulling her hair and dragging her to the floor. While host Andy Cohen tried to step between the two women, they managed to grip, yell and smack at each other until they were separated.
Immediately after the fight, Williams regretted the entire affair, crying on the floor while being comforted by co-star NeNe Leakes.
Now, in an interview with Access Hollywood Live that will air April 30, Williams admits she felt bullied by the things Moore said.
“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,” she admits.
Though she immediately regretted her actions, she says she was only acting in defense of the bullying from her co-star.
“It’s not about team Porsha,” she explains. “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.”
During the special, Moore used different props on stage to egg Williams on, including a megaphone and a scepter.
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