Kenya Moore is none too pleased that Porsha Williams hasn't been permanently kicked off "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" after attacking her at the season six reunion show. As reported by All About The Real Housewives on Monday, June 23, Kenya is furious that Porsha, instead of being punished, has been allowed to return for the seventh season.
Kenya is not only furious but also scared. According to a source, Kenya still feels threatened by Porsha and believes that a violent altercation may happen again. In fact, Kenya is so scared of Porsha laying her hands on her again that she's even considering having bodyguards surrounding her at all times when she's forced to film with her in the upcoming season. Kenya also wants to have her phone on her at all times so that she can speed dial the police when something happens.
The source added that Kenya still believes that she did nothing to justify Porsha's violence towards her. At the last reunion show, Porsha shocked everyone when she suddenly pulled Kenya, who had been yelling at her through a bullhorn, down and across the floor by her hair. In the aftermath of the attack, Porsha said that Kenya knowingly provoked her and that she simply snapped, while Kenya maintained that there should be no excuse for violence whatsoever.
Porsha confirmed earlier in the month that she will indeed be back for the seventh season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." While it's understandable why Kenya would feel the need for protection, would the show's producers really let her have bodyguards around when filming with Porsha?
While it's not likely that production would allow bodyguards to be filmed forming a wall between Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams during their scenes together, since that would just look too awkward, perhaps they will allow the bodyguards to be in the vicinity, off-screen, just in case something happens? One thing's likely, with how much the fight drove ratings and publicity for the show, the two women will definitely be told to have a confrontation in the new season to talk about what happened.