*It appears the violent altercation between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion still has some tongues waggin’ – and this time, the words are not coming from reality TV stars, but from the mouth of two successful Hollywood actresses.
Tasha Smith and Holly Robinson-Peete are the latest celebrities to share their views on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion throwdown.
“I think it was ignorance and a lack of responsibility as women,” Tasha told “Access Hollywood” about the violent altercation between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore.
“I don’t believe that this is the energy that we want to resemble for our young women out there. I watch it with my daughter to show her what not to do,” said Tasha who acknowledged that it’s not just “RHOA” that’s setting a questionable example of how women should behave.
“It’s a universal reality show problem,” said Tasha, who blamed both Kenya and Porsha for what transpired on Part 1 of the reunion show.
“My personal opinion was that she was provoked in the worst way,” said Tasha, echoing the sentiments of most of the “RHOA” co-stars. “Kenya had a responsibility as well.”
Porsha has already expressed her embarrassment and regret and pledged not to repeat her violent actions. She also promised not to condone bullying anymore.
“They should want to be a better example for women. If you are provoked, you walk away. You turn the other way. You act like a lady,” said Tasha. “All of those women need therapy.”
What did Holly have to say? Watch the clip below.