Chuck Smith’s recent quotes about Phaedra Parks and Kandi Burruss on The Real Housewives of Atlanta did not sit well with co-star Porsha Stewart.
Smith, the husband of recurring cast member Mynique Smith, was bragging about his wild, sexual past with Phaedra and Kandi on Sunday’s episode.
He said he put it to both of them when he was a young football star and that they were just part of a “team” of women he had stashed around the arena.
Porsha Stewart has a bone to pick with Smith over this talk, saying:
“I just feel like women when they’re in a relationship with anybody, athletes whoever, we view it one way and it’s just sad when you find out the man viewed it another way.”
“Those are two successful women and he still feels that way.”
“I hate that he looks at them as a notch on his belt.”
But if you watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online, you’ll see the comments didn’t end there for Smith, whose unfiltered, unabashed storytelling continued.
In very the same scene where he talked about his personal life, he basically told Phaedra Parks to her face that he was just using her for sex at the time.
“I thought it was disgusting,” Stewart said of Smith.
“Even if that’s how he felt then, you’re supposed to grow as a person. So you would think him being a grown man with a wife and kids now, he would know better.”
“I didn’t like seeing that. It was uncomfortable.”
Smith also implied that Kandi Burruss was playing the field as well, saying that she was “messing with multiple men” when he was tapping that piece.
“I just thought it was embarrassing,” Stewart added. “It was embarrassing for him to talk about somebody like that who’s not even there to defend themselves.”
They will eventually, though: “Well you know how Housewives is: They [Kandi and Phaedra] will definitely have the opportunity to deal with that,” Stewart said.
Let’s hear it for contrived, scripted reality TV beef.