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Claudia Jordan says she’s given up on Porsha Williams

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Things got off to a bad start on this season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” between Claudia Jordan and Porsha Williams as the two ladies seemed to constantly argue with each other every time they were in the same room together. However, after this season’s ladies’ trip to the Philippines, Jordan and Williams finally decided to bury the hatchet and call a truce. But has their peace treaty lasted beyond the trip? Well, according to Jordan, she no longer cares.


Jordan discussed her mercurial relationship with Williams in her latest Bravo blog, in which she explained that she’s unsure how Williams feels about her these days, but she’s done putting in extra effort to be her friend.


“I can’t say we were ever really friends, because at the end of the day we have very little in common, and I don’t think I can say I know who she really is. I was totally open to it when I arrived on the scene, but it’s difficult dealing with someone who’s cool with you one minute, then not cool with you the next. I think too many people are inserting their opinions and changing things. I swear we will be past something and ‘cool,’ then the very next time I see her it’s back to the okey doke or I will catch wind of her throwing jabs in her blog. So honestly I have given up and no longer care to beat that dead horse,” Jordan said.

Jordan says she hoped to be friendly with Williams after the Philippines trip, but the group politics and bad habits proved to be too much to deal with.


“I was hopeful when we got back from the Philippines; Kandi, Porsha, and I even went to a club the day we got back from our 20-something hour trip home. But what happens with these shows is you make progress, but then someone on Twitter may amp you up, and you feel you have to placate those people. Or an episode airs that took place six months ago when things were bad, and even though things are good now, you get in your feelings all over again when you watch the show months later. I suspect this may be the case, but like I said, it’s exhausting trying to figure out why people do what they do, so I am throwing in the white towel. I give up trying. If things change for the best, then hallelujah, and if they do not, I promise I will not lose any more sleep,” Jordan said.

Well, at least Jordan does believe that she’s found some real friendships on the show. Read who she considers her real friends after the cut.

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