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‘RHOA’ star Porsha Stewart to sing about divorce in new single?

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“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Stewart announced on the show that she knew how to sing. When she was put on the spot, she couldn’t quite get the words out but during the reunion she did offer a couple of words. However, she is now revealing that she is back in the studio. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Jan. 9, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Stewart is now revealing that she may be coming out with a new single, where she sings about her divorce.

In an interview with TheGrio, Porsha hinted that Kordell may have inspired her to sing something about their divorce. “I’m in the studio. I’m working on a song that is amazing and it speaks to my past relationship and it’s gonna be released really soon.” But she isn’t just plannig on doing one sing. She has been writing and singing “about five songs” that are nearly ready to go, meaning she is doing an album.

“I’m not gonna really jump all the way out there because these are coming from my heart so as they come I’m not gonna just put too much of myself and say 13 [songs], a whole album,” she revealed. She isn’t the first housewife to do a song. Kim Zolciak sang "Don't Be Tardy," which ended up being a huge success.

Will you be listening to her song?


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