The Real Housewives of Atlanta Clip: Kenya Moore Grilled on Fake African Prince Boyfriend

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It's safe to say The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion Sunday will be a ratings success for Bravo. Buzz has been building since before Season 6 even wrapped.

When NeNe Leakes, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Phaedra Parks and Porsha Williams get together to rehash the drama, what do you get?

More drama. And then some.

In the first installment of the three-part reunion special, Porsha Williams beats up Kenya Moore. That's well documented (and teased in the promo below).

But before that, we see Kenya getting grilled on her mysterious beau, the African prince, in a new sneak preview clip (above). Does this dude even exist?

"I have lived my life under the radar with my love life. I don't have a need to prove anything to anyone," Kenya says of rumors that the prince isn't real.

Kenya maintains the two are still together, yet awkwardly admits he's never been to Atlanta, which draws a harsh rebuke from her nemesis, Porsha.

"You've stated everything about the guy, except for showing him. It's just very clear that there is no African prince for you. There never was," Porsha says.

When Porsha brings up allegations that Kenya paid people to be on the show with her, Kenya's scepter gets in Porsha's face. This also does not sit well.

Apparently, the fight was pretty nasty. Just in time for this weekend's reunion special, the Atlanta P.D. served Williams with an arrest warrant last night.

Kenya called the cops and filed a report after it happened, and after reviewing the evidence (it was filmed, after all), officials charged Porsha with battery.

Fortunately, Williams was given the opportunity to turn herself in, and had her hair and makeup done before posing for one glamorous mug shot:

Part one airs this Sunday, April 20, with part two Sunday, April 27 at 8 p.m. Part three, clocking in at 90 minutes (!), airs Sunday, May 4 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta Quotes

[to Kenya Moore] You best hope nothing happens to me, because you might not have a job. I'm your storyline. I sustain your career . . . I built you, so stop playing games.

Apollo Nida

[to Kenya Moore] "You a sneaky, trifling slut."

Phaedra Parks