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Porsha Williams debuts ‘Flatline’ song: ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ news

Porsha Williams has officially introduced the public to her song “Flatline” by performing it at a New York City club. Radar Online reports on Monday that the debut did not go well, and fans criticized the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star. Williams has been trying to push her new career as a pop singer, but fans are not sure if this is the best idea.

Porsha Williams
Photo by Jeff Schear/Getty Images for ESPN
Porsha Williams
Photo by Jeff Schear/Getty Images for ESPN

Williams has been trying to move past the controversial fight she had with Kenya Moore during the reunion on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” by focusing on her music and the “Flatline” single. However, her debut at the El Morocco Nightclub left people wondering if she was ready for the music stage. Fans accused her of missing parts of the song and messing up some of the dance moves.

The attacks on social media have been brutal, but Williams has been hesitant to respond to them. Instead, she has posted some images and videos from the club that include her dancing. Fans stated she was not prepared, criticized her voice and judged her dance moves. Some people have suggested Williams needed more practice before her debut because she did not have enough time to rehearse. Others pointed out she should have focused more on voice lessons.

The housewife has shared that the “Flatline” song has special meaning for her because it reveals the abuse she suffered with Kordell Stewart. In the video for the song, she has decided to show domestic abuse and admits it is related to her own life. Williams explains her abuse cannot be accurately compared to the video because it was actually worse, but she shares she wanted her marriage to work. The housewife is working hard to make the song a success, and she has moved past the debut in New York City.