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, “Iâ€™m not fond of ghosts, but there definitely was some unusual energy in the mansion. No,KandiÂ 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 â€œhosâ€ were getting on her nerves. WhyÂ PorshaÂ asked a complete stranger to sleep in the same bed with herâ€¦ I canâ€™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 â€œwho went down there first to make room because they didnâ€™t have electric trains like we do now,â€ 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. Itâ€™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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