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Kenya Moore Says Porsha Stewart Is An Embarrassment To Her Grandfather’s Legacy

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Kenya Moore is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and the girl’s trip to Savannah. Kenya calls out Porsha Stewart for her comments that lacked knowledge of the underground railroad and Kenya says Porsha is an embarrassment to her grandfather’s name, legacy and her family.

Kenya writes, “I’m not fond of ghosts, but there definitely was some unusual energy in the mansion. No,Kandi should not have taken the master bedroom. She was invited on this trip and she should have asked NeNe before claiming it out of respect and decorum. But I guess us “hos” were getting on her nerves. Why Porsha asked a complete stranger to sleep in the same bed with her… I can’t be bothered.

Visiting the first African church was bitter sweet. Steeped in culture and history, I was amazed to see it first hand as I have other historical sites around the world. When the guide pointed out the actual markings that the iconic Harriet Tubman and or others used to identify the safe stops for slaves seeking freedom along the Underground Railroad, it was amazing to see.

When Porsha was perplexed at how the train operated or “who went down there first to make room because they didn’t have electric trains like we do now,” I became incensed. Her late grandfather, Hosea Williams, was a prominent civil rights activist in Atlanta. It was crystal clear that Porsha did not know that the Underground Railroad was not a literal train!

Porsha is an embarrassment to her grandfather, his legacy, her family, and most importantly, herself. It’s easy to laugh and call her dumb, but the reality is even more painful — WE have failed her. Our educational system has failed her, anyone who coddled her or encouraged her to focus on her makeup, weave, and shoes to find a man to take care of her rather than her education has failed her. Anyone laughing at this gross ignorance has failed her.”

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  • Zoe Noble

    Shes an embarressment too all woman everwhere

  • Aunt Bee

    And you are an embarrassment to womankind Miss Kenwitch.

  • Jenna

    Oh my, I did feel embarrassed for porsha! It was a hard scene to watch. Confused about her own ansesters history. I will say that I’m sure now; porsha is fully aware of her blunder. Kenya is just a rude rude rude person. She thinks she is something to be seen. Well she is right, she looks and acts rediculas. She is beautiful and ugly at the same time. Outwardly beautiful and ugly as can be on the inside. Kenya and her comments about how fat, ugly, and stupid her castmates are shows Kenya’s insecurity for sure. I think porsha is very beautiful; not sure what kenya sees. Kandy is happy with herself and the way she looks then leave her alone. Kandy is beautiful. Btw kenya, your not a small woman, you too have thick hips and leggs as well. Nothing wrong with that, but don’t comment about others body’s when you look similar. I

  • Luv In Chains

    I cannot stand Kenya. Not one little bit. What an instigator! Kenya and NeNe belong together. I thought NeNe was finally growing up, but I guess her little set backs caused her to have a personality set back, too bad… I was starting to like her.

  • DebBrenn

    I totally agree that society has dropped the ball with respect to instilling in Porsha. I’m guessing it was at least a generation in the making since she was named after a prestige car, and it was misspelled to boot. But I also think society somehow didn’t pass on some critical info to Kenya, so I will right here: 1) Possessions aren’t an indication of your worth, so you don’t necessarily have to tell us who made your shoes every time you refer to them. 2) Yes. It is actually possible for you to live in less than 5,000 square feet, and nobody is impressed when you brag that you can’t. 3) you are a FORMER beauty queen. Way past tense. Work on your people skills instead of inflating your worth. 4) Oh, and making up relationships is crazy and desperate.

  • Aunt Bee

    Or she could be named after a Shakespearien character instead of a car.