For a reality TV star like Porsha Williams, a life of drama has become par for the course as she’s now publicly endured a nasty divorce from Kordell Stewart and is, allegedly, on the chopping block to be axed from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” But in a new interview, Williams opens up about her flourishing love life and the rumors of her possible firing.
While chatting with Global Grind, Williams opened up about her divorce from Stewart and claimed that the lesson she learned from her failed marriage was to keep her own individuality when she’s in a relationship.
“Never lose yourself in a relationship. I’m a pleasing person, so when I love someone, I love them 110 percent. You can love someone and still love yourself as well,” Williams said.
Although her divorce, which was finalized late last year, was certainly heartbreaking, Williams revealed that she has been dating and admits that there’s a special someone in her life now.
“I can’t say that I’m all the way single right now, there is a little something special going on. I’m being cautious. This time go round I’m just going to take it slow and not really put it out there all the way,” Williams said.
The reality star also addressed the rumors that “RHOA” producers are considering letting her go from the show and she claimed that she has no worries that she’ll be back next season.
“Yea, I heard that and I got right on the phone. I called my boss like (clearing throat) ‘Does A sister need to be putting in applications?’ And they were like ‘No’. Bravo has actually said that, ‘No I’m not fired’. We normally don’t find out until the reunion, because they want to make sure that we give a good show. So no I haven’t been told by management that I’ve been fired. As far as I’m concerned, I’m here to stay,” said Williams.
Well, it looks like we’ll have to wait and see who Williams’ new man is and whether or not she really will be holding a peach on the next season of “RHOA.” Check out some other reality stars who weren’t able to keep their jobs after the cut. – nicholas robinson