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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta:’ Did Porsha Stewart apologize to Kenya Moore yet?

Porsha Stewart hasn't apologized to Kenya Moore over altercation
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Porsha Stewart wasn't seen in the final installment of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” as she went home before the taping, but she definitely got the last word in on Sunday night. After the reunion show, the woman who was in the center of the controversy got to talk with Andy Cohen one-on-one about her life after the fight with Kenya Moore. According to Reality Tea on Monday, the reality star has yet to apologize to Moore after the fight.

Porsha Stewart was sincere when she said she was sorry to the cast, family and fans watching, but when it came to the altercation and the person who had the bullhorn, she reminded everyone the situation went to a whole different level. On “Watch What Happens Live” the reality star talked candidly about the event and didn't budge from not apologizing to Kenya Moore.

Perhaps she would have apologized if she wasn't facing criminal charges. Or maybe she would have said a pleasantry if Kenya Moore would stop talking about it every media interview she goes on. Yet, the issue hasn't been resolved, so accepting her half of the guilt isn't happening and she had more to dish about Kenya Moore and Apollo Nida's relationship too.

Watching all three installments of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” offer a very interesting perspective for the viewers. Kenya Moore was involved in talking the majority of the time. Instigating situations, pleading her case and refusing to give up the spotlight, she had issues with Apollo Nida, NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks. Even if she wasn't involved, she weighed in and talked like an authority.

Will next season include Kenya Moore or Porsha Stewart? One or both should leave the cast as they can’t get along. Whether fans blame either woman doesn't really matter at this point. The situation is polarizing and the show can’t continue if everyone is stuck on what happen. Since being a bully and hitting another human are both socially unacceptable, both should be shown the door. And in case Kenya Moore can’t find it, Bravo should give it a spotlight so she can use it with ease.