Porsha Stewart Fired From 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' After Shocking Comments About Underground Railroad?
Porsha Stewart won't be returning for the seventh season of 'Real Housewives of Atlanta,' according to reports.
Porsha Stewart won't be returning for the seventh season of Real Housewives of Atlanta, according to reports.
Sources close to the Bravo production claim that Stewart, who recently divorced her ex-husband, Kordell Stewart has been fired because "she's a mix of boring and annoying, [and] neither good for TV."
Bravo has yet to confirm or deny the news, but reports indicated that an announcement about Porsha's future on RHOA will be made by the end of the week, as early as Dec. 20.
Meanwhile, Porsha was slammed after a comment she made about the Underground Railroad.
In a preview for Sunday's episode, the housewives visit several historical landmarks including one of the safe houses used by 19th-century black slaves in the United States to escape to free states, Radar Online noted.
The tour guide explains that they still to this day don't know how the slaves entered or exited, to which Stewart states: "Well, there has to be an opening for the railroad at some point because somebody is driving the train."
The tour guide laughs, but then realizes that Porsha's isn't joking.
Kenya Moore is disgusted by Porsha's comments, called her "dumb" adding that "it's almost hurtful to me to watch her be so dumb."
Cynthia Bailey couldn't believe Porsha's statements, telling the cameras, "Really?! You thought there was an actual train that took them through?"
"Her grandfather Hosea Williams just rolled over in his grave," she later added.