Many viewers of The Real Housewives of Atlanta were shocked to find out that Kordell Stewart filed for divorce from his wife Porsha after less than two years of marriage. Porsha revealed in a January Bravo Blog that she and Kordell did not have a prenup agreement. “In my opinion a marriage is a sacred union between two people coming together as one with love being that foundation, being one in mind, body, and spirit. This means I want to agree with my husband and have like minds, I want to bond with him in the flesh (meaning anything that has to do with the natural things, whether it’s a sexual, monetary, or family issue etc.). I also want to become one spiritually with my husband so that we are equally yoked,” Porsha wrote.
“We have the same beliefs when it comes to God and how WE have our purpose shown to us by God. So through bonding with him in mind, body, and spirit there is no place for a piece of paper to stand between us,” Porsha continued.
In Kordell’s petition for divorce, he stated, “[She's] an able-bodied person, earning income and is capable of supporting herself.” Now, new claims have surfaced about the former NFL Quarterback’s sexuality.
StraightFromTheA reports Kordell Stewart quit the game after being labeled as gay by many of his teammates & peers. The site reports, ‘Kordell, a stellar quarterback who once played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, was plagued by talk that he frequented Schenley Park, a Pittsburgh area park frequented by gay and transexual men. There was even talk that an officer had once witnessed Stewart engaging in gay sex in a limousine but because of his notoriety as the city’s star quarterback, the incident was swept under the rug. Apparently as time went on, other reports of his alleged homosexual activity became “rumors” that never held any substantiated proof.’
Kordell’s former teammate Plaxico Burress even commented on the rumors of Kordell’s sexuality. In a 2008 radio interview with Tim Benz of 105.9 The X in Pittsburgh, Burress stated: “It had to be tough on him personally. I didn’t call him gay or anything like that. . . . I think that’s one of the reasons why he really couldn’t become the player that he wanted to be. . . . It has to play on you mentally a little bit.”
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