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'RHOA' star Porsha Williams accused of song stealing

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Porsha Williams is back in the news and this time it has nothing to do with Kenya Moore. The "Real Housewives of Atltanta" star has been accused of song stealing. According to an April 9 Sister 2 Sister report, the song Porsha recently was recording on an "RHOA" episode does not belong to her.

The tune is called "Perfectly Worthless" and producer Pierre Medore is not happy. As the story goes, Porsha Williams tested the song out. They had her come into the studio and record a rough version of it to see if the song fit with her voice. The team decided it did not fit her and decided not to sell her the song.

Porsha Williams has no rights to the song "Perfectly Worthless" that was seen on the show. Even though the episode was shot to make it seem like she had something to do with the it's creation, that's the farthest from the truth. The way everything played out in the episode, Porsha made it look like the song was inspired by her failed marriage.

For those who enjoyed the song, it will be available as performed by Syleena Johnson. Medore's team did feel that Johnson's vocals were right and sold her rights to the song. It will be featured on TV One as well as Syleena's upcoming album and possibly on "R&B Divas: Atlanta" when Syleena makes her appearance.

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