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'RHOA' News: Porsha Williams says Kenya Moore bullied her for years

Porsha (Stewart) Williams attends the 2013 Bravo New York Upfront at Pillars 37 Studios on April 3, 2013 in New York City.
Photo by Craig Barritt

The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion fight where Porsha Williams literally dragged Kenya Moore across the stage by her hair has been seen pretty much by everyone. Rumors that Porsha was fired from the reality TV show have been making rounds and have yet to be confirmed as well. Now Porsha has been speaking out about the incident and what led up to the fight according to a Monday report by Sister 2 Sister.

Williams is claiming that Kenya Moore bullied her for the past two years and she finally just snapped. In a Tuesday appearance on "The View," Porsha apologized for her actions (again) and said she really knew better than to get physical.

Porsha explained during her recent television appearance that she was bullied as a kid. She went on to say that she also suffered domestic abuse at the hands of ex-husband Kordell Stewart, a charge that he vehemently denies. All this bullying and abuse plus the constant torment from Kenya Moore and Porsha just went over the edge.

Although not shown on the edited version of the "RHOA" reunion show, those present have claimed that Porsha Williams asked producers to take that scepter away from Kenya. They did not and Kenya kept pointing it at her and waiving it in her face. When she finally was able to pry it loose and send it sailing across the stage, Kenya reached back for yet another prop and pulled out a bullhorn.

Kenya Moore sat with just one person between then and pointed a bullhurn at Porsha Williams. Then she continued her tirade of insults, claiming Porsha cheated on Kordell, and that's when everything went crazy.

Can you blame Porsha for snapping after all she says she has been through? Even just two seasons together on "Real Housewives of Atlanta" with Kenya constantly picking at her and causing fights was stressful enough by itself. Whether Kenya fights with her hands or with her words, what she did was unnecessary and she seems to thrive off insulting and upsetting the other women. Do you think Porsha Williams should be fired for doing what everyone else secretly wanted to do? Let us know your opinion in the comments below.