There’s nothing like a good ol’ Real Housewives melee; providing entertainment this go around is Atlanta co-star, Porsha Williams, (yes, AGAIN) who was at the center of another major altercation.
During Sunday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Porsha chucked deuces on a group vacation in Barcelona less than 48 hours into the trip all thanks to a near blowout with honorary cast member, Marlo Hampton.
The issue, however, was wildly trivial.
While at dinner, Marlo and Porsha were arguing over constantly hitting below the belt — but during the heated chat, Hampton grabbed the fan Porsha was holding out of her hand and THAT’S what turned into what could have been world war 3.
Following the argument, Williams told castmate, Nene Leakes, “Once I got here, I started to see people were doing sh*t. A real ass person like me starts to feel like I’m trapped, and that’s when I act out. I don’t want to go back to that.”
“I’ve done anger management, I’ve done personal therapy, and I want to take myself out of the situation,” she explained. “It’s just too much for me. … [They’re] trying to bring me to a certain level that I don’t want to be at.”
Hampton, who unveiled on Watch What Happens Live that she ironically teaches etiquette, live tweeted during the show and poked fun at the entire situation. “Lord now here come the pitty party,” she wrote. “Can someone define accountability? How can we get a resolve if you always running off.”
Needless to say, Marlo clearly wants an official peach because usually it’s a good fight will lead to opening credits. Meanwhile, fans are sooooooo over the drama and Porsha’s blow ups. In fact, one fan is calling for a RHOA boycott.
Popular on Hip Hollywood
- NEWS3 days ago
Tiger Woods Hospitalized After Car Crash, Set To Undergo Surgery On His Legs
- CELEBRITY2 days ago
Social Media Slams Yaya Mayweather For Bringing Newborn To Yacht Party
- NEWS4 days ago
Y’all Late! There’s Nothing New About Lionel Richie And His Much Younger Boo
- NEWS4 days ago
It’s Happening: Bobby Shmurda Gets Early Prison Release