Sunday on The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Porsha Williams kept spreading rumors, while Kandi Burruss defended Kenya Moore.
Kenya, meanwhile, continued to play the victim … as always.
Oh yes, The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 8 Episode 19 did not lack for fireworks, s–t talking or instigation across the board.
Short story: Porsha thinks Kenya likes to stir s–t up.
"You’re always doing something that gets to physical fighting," Porsha said, while Kenya responded, “Three incidents regarding violence."
"You’re the one with the problem.”
Williams zinged the "one-eyed African" Kenya dated, while Moore snapped, "unless there’s a d–k in it, you don’t even know what you’re saying.”
We don’t even know what that means, but it should give you an idea about the level of discourse that played out on Bravo last night.
Also, it didn’t end with Porsha Williams beating down Kenya Moore and getting the cops called this year, so we’ll consider it progress.
It was also far from the only beef you’ll see when you watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online, to be sure. See: Porsha vs. Cynthia!
There was a nice rehashing of the boat ride from hell a few months back, where Porsha and Cynthia came at one another, and HARD.
"I just turned 49,” Cynthia recalled. “I never had a physical altercation in my life. It’s an isolated incident. It will never happen again."
Just wait. This is Porhsa we’re talking about. Later, Cynthia got pissed that Porsha was spreading rumors about Peter cheating on her.
Porsha did not exactly look to smooth that over, saying that such gossip is “all over Atlanta. Walk up to any girl who’s 19 years old.”
While Peter Thomas told her to back that talk up with names, Williams did not do so, and Cynthia said she and Peter are “in a good place.”
Maybe if she convinces herself of that enough, it will be true? Anyway, Kandi Burruss and Phaedra Parks also rekindled their own beef.
Basically, Phaedra is shielding her sons from the imprisoned Apollo Nida, and Kandi feels this isn’t smart, since he will get out someday.
Also, Kandi did not take kindly to anyone downplaying Glenn’s actions, saying they only refused to back up Kenya because it’s Kenya.
“I’m the scapegoat,” Kenya said, incredulously.
“Don’t play the victim,” Phaedra responded.
But she does it so well. So well.