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Op-Ed: Real Housewives Of Atlanta -Top 5 reasons to be #TeamPorsha

Posted Apr 26, 2014 by Eliana Robinson
When you take a David vs. Goliath match-up and add in the one of the highest rated reality shows ever, you have viewing gold! A look at the recent Real Housewives of Atlanta show.
Kenya repeatedly taunted Porsha with a BULLHORN and SCEPTRE prior to the altercation.
Kenya repeatedly taunted Porsha with a BULLHORN and SCEPTRE prior to the altercation.
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5. Porsha has cat-like reflexes.
She grabbed Kenya so fast, it made us wonder if her name should have been Puma instead of Porsha.
4. She introduced the new meaning of ‘ratchet’ into the mainstream lexicon.
Scholars everywhere were running to their dictionaries and calling their linguistics professors. Even HLN struggled to keep up with Porsha’s verbiage with a woefully inadequate ‘wretched hoe’. You may look to UrbanDictionary.com for further information on ‘ratchet.’
3. She admitted having plastic surgery.
Her shame-free admission left uber-chatty Andy Cohen speechless when she hinted at their new car smell. Meanwhile, Kenya refuses to admit that parts of her body were made by Goodyear.
2. Porsha does not end her sentences with “twirl.”
‘nuff said.
1. ADMIT IT – KENYA HAD IT COMING !
Like the bully in A Christmas Story, Kenya finally messed with the wrong person. She has done countless interviews and episodes calling Phaedra’s husband Apollo, a disgusting ex-convict, while implying he is still attractive enough to have a shot. She has mocked NeNe’s career, Kandi’s weight, and Cynthia’s finances. But Porsha, the youngest and thinnest, never had a break from Kenya. The insults and insinuations about Porsha’s abruptly ended marriage and education went too far. The Meangirls-esque scepter and the bullhorn showed Kenya’s true colors.
And yes, we all disavow violence and we faithfully remember to say that it is never the answer. But deep down, in our secret hearts, we have watched the weave-drag heard around the world and have rejoiced, “The Queen is Dead, Long-live the Queen!”