Claudia Jordan is the latest celebrity to weigh in on Porsha Williams’ drama.
Social media lit Porsha up after they witnessed her physically assaulting her ex-fiancé, Dennis McKinley, during an episode of her Bravo spinoff, “Porsha Family Matters.”
The “Out Loud With Claudia Jordan” host says that Porsha’s aggressive behavior will have a long-lasting impact on her career.
“You are messing up a bag. You’re gonna be another one to fumble an amazing bag. You have everything there for you. You’re quitting all your good jobs to do this show. You put all your eggs in one basket. And you like… it’s very trashy. You fight everybody. Who’s next?” says Jordan.
Jordan is referring to Porsha not only walking away from “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” but also her long-running hosting gig on “Dish Nation.”
Jordan did not hold back when offering her opinions on Porsha’s relationship with her new fiancé, Simon Guobadia.
“I think they’re both so thirsty and desperate for the attention, for the constant feeding of the ego that they’ll both do anything to stay in the headlines,” she declared.
“Him getting a tattoo on his wide back or his shoulder, wherever it was, her marrying this guy that had three other failed marriages and so quickly— it’s obvious there are still some feelings for Dennis. You won’t give back his robe, you don’t want him to bring a date and these emotions she’s showing for him. I think she should have worked on that first before going on television and been solid with her man.”
Porsha’s show might be extremely messy to watch, but the drama will undoubtedly lead to decent ratings for the reality television star-turned author.
After the fight in Mexico aired, Porsha posted a lengthy apology to Instagram:
“There’s a lot that viewers didn’t get to see tonight, and I wish we had more cameras to capture that, which I understand is nobody’s fault. I’ve learned in the past that physical violence is never okay, especially when a man is causing physical harm to women. That is something we are too desensitized to as a society.”
She added that she first avoided addressing the fight because she did not want to paint McKinley in a bad light… but that she recognized that was a mistake.
“I take accountability for reacting strongly to what I was seeing and hearing. While I was not physical with Ms. Gina, I regret arguing with an elder. We are six months removed from this incident, and I’m looking forward, not backwards,” she concluded.