'TRHOA' Season 6 Star Porsha Stewart Disses Kenya Moore's Kordell Stewart Gay Rumors Comments With Plastic Surgery Bikini PHOTO
Porsha Stewart responded to Kenya Moore's comments regarding her divorce from her ex-husband Kordell Stewart.
After Moore wrote in her Bravo blog that she finds it "disturbing" that Porsha would suggest her ex-husband Kordell Stewart was gay, Porsha responded with two messages on Instagram on Wednesday.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared a photo of Moore in a bikini with the message: "I'm supposed to care what THIS is saying..Keep my mom [sic] name out ya [sic] mouth."
Porsha deleted the photo, but not before a few followers quickly took a screen grab of it. The Atlanta socialite reportedly also shared an image of actress Meryl Streep with the caption "UNBOTHERED." Porsha added the following statement to the meme: "Ok, I'm back y'all had to go there for a sec. Moms & kids are off limits...Have a wonderful day."
After Porsha asked Bravo cameras in a confessional during an episode of TRHOA, "Kordell didn't necessarily want me physically and that made me wonder, what does he want?," Moore commented on her Bravo blog on Nov. 11.
"I find it quite disturbing that Porsha and her family go on and on about the fact that Kordell may be gay," she wrote. "After all, she told the world she had a 'picture perfect life' and married the 'man of her dreams.'"
"Cut to Porsha sitting with the attorney agreeing to take him back if he abided by a 'list'," she continued. "Well, a thinking person with a brain would ask the question that if the main problem was that he is possibly gay, why would you want him back? I don't think Porsha is telling the whole truth."
Kordell filed a petition for divorce from Porsha on March 22 in Fulton County, Ga. The couple had wed less than two years prior on May 21, 2011.
The retired NFL player addressed his ex-wife's words in a statement to Access Atlanta.
"The rumors have never been true. I'm not gay," he said. "It is sad that she would target the homosexual community which often times lacks support to begin with. It is very disappointing that she will do anything and say anything for a minute of so-called fame."