The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kenya Moore says in a new interview that she's considering leaving the Bravo reality show after her last weekend's brawl.
She wants to stop the violence, and is just too far above the fray to be victimized by someone on TV like that, or so she believes in her own head.
"We all agree that we don't condone violence," Moore told the AP. "We've become angry with each other, we've threatened each other and gone to the edge."
"But at the end of the day, we know there's a line," she adds of getting beat down by Porsha Williams. "If there are no consequences, where does it end?"
During part one of the hit Bravo series' always-combative reunion special, the two arch-nemeses were hurling insults at each other left and right.
As the beef escalated, Williams finally lost it, stood up and threw Moore down by her hair, dragging her across the floor before security broke it up.
Andy Cohen later recalled the epic melee on an episode of Ask Andy and condemned it, describing the fight as "gross." But he interestingly did add:
"To me, it came out of nowhere. The other women felt like Kenya provoked [Porsha] a bit ... I was so shocked and surprised. I don't want that to happen."
We'd agree that she was egged on considerably, wouldn't you? Watch:
Moore can talk all she wants about rising above violence, but to bring props on stage and put on a show with the sole purpose of goading someone?
We're not saying Porsha should've attacked her, but we do understand. There's only so much you can poke the bear without getting mauled, honestly.
Kenya doesn't see it that way, to say the least. On the contrary, in fact.
"I think Porsha was in a position to provoke me," she told the AP. "It's just very unfortunate and sad. If I was in her position, the first thing I would do is apologize."
Good luck with that. While sources have suggested that Kenya would drop the charges if Porsha took the blame in public, we don't see it happening.
Williams, for her part, turned herself in to the Fulton County Sheriff on battery charges, after a warrant was issued for her arrest in the TV attack.
"If anyone is capable of blacking out and not taking responsibility for their actions, they should not be in this type of environment," Moore added of Williams.
"They do not need a stage such as this."
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