'RHOA': Porsha Stewart Calls Kenya Moore a 'Malicious' Flirt
'RHOA': Porsha Stewart Calls Kenya Moore a 'Malicious' Flirt
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
It only took minutes for Kenya Moore and Porsha Stewart, the two newest cast members of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, to realize they didn't like each other. And all of their discord came to a head in the form of a near-violent altercation between the two on last night's episode.

"I would love to give her the benefit of the doubt, but I would have to say that with age should come maturity," Porsha said last night on Watch What Happens Live. "At that point, I can't give you the benefit of the doubt. I have to just take it for what I see and what I'm experiencing. So I would have to say she's mean and malicious."

Porsha also thought that Kenya was way out of line when she asked Phaedra Parks which of her friends she would give her husband, Apollo, a pass with as a birthday gift.

"I have to give Ms. Parks credit for shutting down the indecent proposal offered by Kenya, asking whether she and a friend could have a go at her husband," Porsha wrote on her Bravo blog. "It's funny who thinks they're a great role model."

And don't get it twisted: just because Porsha doesn't like Kenya doesn't mean that she's jealous of her.

"What could I possibly be jealous of?" Porsha said on WWHL. "I'm her a couple of years ago. I love her crown ... but I don't like the person who is underneath it."

As for Kenya, she maintains that her flirtatious actions are harmless and, most of the time, without motivation.

"I am an uninhibited, off-the-cuff wild card who likes to enjoy life," Kenya wrote in her defense on her Bravo blog. "I can fall on my face at times, but I get right back up, dust myself off, laugh and keep it moving. I never take things or myself too seriously in my personal life."

Really, Kenya? Because it looks like you're taking your mission to wed and bed a man pretty seriously. But one thing she insists she's not doing is trying to steal someone else's husband.

"The fact is, we were having a great time and I'm sure you all could see there were drinks flowing, good music, good conversation and we let our hair down," Kenya explained. "I was playing around and being silly -- not flirting with Apollo. By the end of the trip, you will see that Phaedra and I remained close friends and she saw it for what it was, HARMLESS. She knows I didn't and don't want Apollo. I don't want any man that is married. When I go to sleep at night, I get in my own bed and there isn't anyone's husband in it."

Sounds well and good, but can we ever really trust anything Kenya says, after she faked a relationship for television?

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