Andy Cohen Criticizes RHOA’s Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore For Reunion Show Fight: ‘It’s Not Entertaining. It’s Just Bad’

 @TreyeGreen t.green@ibtimes.com on April 16 2014 5:33 PM
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Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams have gotten into several spats during the current season of "Real Housewives of Atlanta." Reuters

Bravo executive Andy Cohen didn't approve of the fight that occurred between "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast members during the show’s Season 6 reunion show taping.  

Speaking on the latest episode of “Watch What Happens: Live,” Cohen shared a few details about the fight that “RHOA” fans first learned of several weeks ago.

“There was an altercation that took place between Porsha [Williams] and Kenya [Moore],” Cohen said. “They stood up. I think I stood up pretty quickly and it was such a flash. It started to escalate. I was kinda trying to prevent it and a couple other people jumped in, too.”

He added that he wasn’t impressed with the actions of Williams and Moore. “I just don’t want that to happen again. I think it’s gross. It’s totally inappropriate; it’s wrong. It’s not entertaining. It’s just bad,” he said.

"RHOA" fans have been buzzing since it was first reported that Williams and Moore were involved in a physical altercation during the reunion show. And after the teaser trailer for the reunion special was released, fans have continued to weigh in on who they believed was responsible for the altercation. “Kenya brought sex toys to the reunion taping to taunt Porsha about Kordell’s sexuality, and she couldn’t take it anymore,” an eyewitness told Radar Online. “Porsha beat the s--- out of her! She is a little thing and she jumped on her and pulled her down to the ground by her hair -- and Kenya doesn’t have a weave, it is all her own hair.”

There has been talk in recent weeks that Williams may lose her spot on the show for her role in the fight, but Cohen dismissed that rumor.

“In terms of casting for next season, we haven’t made any of those decisions yet,” Cohen told Bravo’s "The Dish." “We wait until the season is over, over, over. We kind of regroup. We look back at the season. We look ahead to what these women have going on in their lives and that’s when we assess.”

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