What happened after the 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' reunion fight?

real-housewives-of-atlanta-reunion-fight-aftermath.jpgAfter the explosive physical fight between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore on the first part of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion special, it was inevitable that the second installment would be far less exciting. After spending more than five minutes discussing what just happened, it was business as usual.

But before Mama Joyce staged her own audition (where's her peach?!) and Cynthia and Nene sparred over the fate of their friendship, host Andy Cohen and the women talked about what happened. First, though, he had to make clear that Bravo won't excuse violence.

"We don't condone or excuse physical violence in any circumstance," he said, later reiterating, "Just to be clear, physical contact is not the correct response to someone getting in your personal space."

Kenya told her version of what happened, saying, "All I know is she got out of her seat and stood in front of me. I stood up, and she just lost control." She then went on about her childhood and saying that the outburst probably didn't have anything to do with the prop loudspeaker she had brought.

Since Porsha left after the incident, the other women were left to speak up for her interests, with Kandi and Nene sort of coming to Porsha's defense. "That's real Christian," Kenya said in response.

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