On the last season of Bravo’s reality show mega-hit the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” (RHOA), Porsha Stewart and her former NFL playing hubby, Kordell, appeared solid as a rock. Just a few months after the 5th season ended, though, the Stewart’s put on their boxing gloves and let ‘er rip in an Atlanta courtroom as they battled over property and money in a divorce that was reportedly ignited by Kordell. Now as the sixth season of “RHOA” begins on November 7th, Porsha, who was her husband’s staunchest supporter despite rumors about his alleged homosexuality, appears to be implying that he is gay.
In March, Porsha claimed she was thrown for a loop when her husband sideswiped her with the news that he wanted a divorce from her; reportedly, the young socialite learned about the impending break-up via Twitter. At the time, Porsha said she was lying in bed as her social media account began to go haywire, she told ABC News, ”I saw on Twitter that my husband has filed for divorce.”
Reportedly unsure about her marital status, Porsha approached Kordell, who was down the hall from their bedroom, to ask whether there was any validity to the Twitter posting. “It wasn’t a confrontation,” she explained. “It was me just simply asking my husband, ‘Had you filed?’ He said he thought about it and we’ll talk about it later, and he left for work. I had to call my attorney to find out.”
In the midst of those events, Kordell’s alleged past homosexual dalliances came to the fore — and Porsha stood by her man.
But now it appears that things have changed.
On one of the “RHOA’s upcoming episodes, the 31-year-old granddaughter of civil rights leader and philanthropist Rev. Hosea Williams reportedly comes clean that Kordell might not have wanted what she has to offer, “Kordell didn’t necessarily want me physically,” Stewart said in a preview clip of the show featured on the Bravo TV website. “And that made me wonder, what does he want?”
Watch a sneak peek of the “RHOA’s” Season 6 here:
Still, Porsha recently chatted with the publisher of S2S Magazine, doling out some love advice, “The way that you’ll know if a man is equally yoked to you is if your purpose in life is aligned with his,” she said. “A lot of people get married and don’t know what their purpose is. Because a lot of people don’t know how to be still, stop their thoughts, stop their wants, and try to listen to hear what God wants them to do, and once He tells you what He wants for your life, you have to trust that and move on it.”
Look for more Porsha-ism’s during the upcoming “RHOA” season, which should be chock-full of nail-biting moments.