Porsha Williams Deconstructs Her 'RHOA' Brawl
Porsha Williams Deconstructs Her 'RHOA' Brawl
Porsha Williams visits Access Hollywood Live where she describes her thoughts leading up to, and during, the now infamous hair-pulling fight with “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-star Kenya Moore. Does she have any regrets about the brawl? And, why does she claim she’s especially sensitive to bullying? Porsha’s single “Flatline” is available on iTunes now and “The Real Housewives Of Atlanta Reunion Part 3” airs May 4 at 8/7c on Bravo.
What happened in the marriage. Well, abuse. What kind. Physical and mental. Yes. Did he hit you. Yes. He hit you. Yes. Yesterday we heard from real housewives of Atlanta Porsche Williams about her troubled marriage to Cordel Stewart including the alleged physical abuse now he has denied all of Porsche's allegations. But today we move to the reyawn fight with cast mate Kenya which put Porsche in jail. She scaibs her thoughts every minute leading up to and during the now infamous hair pulling drag down fight. Here we go. You sitting up here. You are a dumb -- shut up. (Bleep). (Bleep). No no no. Ladies know no no no no. No. No. No. Do you have regret when you watch th This is an NBC news special report. Here is David Gregory. Good afternoon. We're coming on the air to bring you the latest in this Donald sterling controversy, the L.A. Clippers owner who allegedly made racist comments captured by TMZ on their website on audio tape. We're going to hear from Adam silver who we are told has decided to suspend sterling indefinitely and fine him $5 million. Here now the commissioner of the NBA, Adam silver. Shortly after the release of an audio recording this past Saturday morning of a conversation that allegedly included clippers' owner Donald sterling, the NBA commenced an investigation which, among other things, included an interview of Mr. Sterling. That investigation is now complete. The central findings of the investigation are that the man whose voice is heard on the recording and on a second recording from the same conversation that was released on Sunday is Mr. Sterling and that the hateful opinions voiced by that man are those of Mr. Sterling. The views expressed by Mr. Sterling are deeply offensive and harmful. That they came from an NBA owner only heightens the damage and my personal outrage. Sentiments of this kind are contrary to the principles of inclusion and respect that form the foundation of our diverse, multicultural, and multiethnic league. I am personally distraught that the views expressed by Mr. Sterling came from within an institution that has historically taken such a leadership role in matters of race relations and caused current and former players, coaches, fans, and partners of the NBA to question their very association with the league. To them and pioneers of the game lr Lloyd, chuck cooper, sweet water Clifton, the great bill Russell, and particularly magic Johnson, I apologize. Accordingly, effective immediately I am banning Mr. Sterling for life from any association with the clippers organization or the NBA. Mr. Sterling may not attend any NBA games or practices. He may not be present at any clippers facility, and he may not participate in any business or player/personnel decisions involving the team. He will also be barred from attending NBA board of governors meetings or participating in any other league activity. I am also fining Mr. Sterling $2.5 million, the maximum amount allowed under the NBA constitution. These funds will be donated to organizations dedicated to anti-discrimination and tolerance efforts that will be jointly selected by the NBA and its players association. As for Mr. Sterling's ownership interest in the clippers, I will urge the board of governors to exercise its authority to force a sale of the team and will do everything in my power to ensure that that happens. This has been a painful moment for all members of the NBA family. I appreciate the support and understanding of our players during this process, and I am particularly grateful for the leadership shown by coach doc rivers, union president Chris Paul, and mayor Kevin Johnson of Sacramento who has been acting as the players' representative in this matter. We stand together in condemning Mr. Sterling's views. They simply have no place in the NBA. Thank you, and I'll take any questions. Take questions now. Start with Scott in the back right. Adam Scott, Bloomberg. Do you or any of your emissaries have any clue as to whether Mr. Sterling which ak which yes to your wishes or do you expect a fight? I have no idea. Take the next question right here. Rachel. From polling the owners that you have spoken to, what support do you think you have to force Mr. Sterling to sell the team? I didn't poll the owners. I spoke to several owners, and I have their full support. On the right, Brian. Associated press. What kind of authority do they have to force a sale? The owners have the authority subject to three-quarters vote of the ownership groups of the partners to remove him as an owner. Fifth row in the middle. I'm Lisa Guerrero with "Inside edition." The word you used specifically was outrage. You said you were personally outraged, yet many people believe that they are outraged that for years people have known that this man is a racist slum lord and the NBA hasn't done anything until today. Can you please answer why? I can't speak to past actions other than to when specific evidence was brought to the NBA, we acted. Over here. Second row on the left. Should someone lose their team for remarks shared in private? Is this a slippery slope? Whether or not these remarks were initially shared in private, they are now public, and they represent his views. Fifth row in the middle, Tim. Get a microphone there, please. Tim, New York post. Adam, what was the process to coming to this decision over the last couple days and when did you decide, you know, this was the appropriate action to take? I ultimately decided this