Producer Pierre Medor was on the show while she recorded, but he told TheYBF he agreed to filming before he told Porsha she couldn't actually have this song. It was a "complete surprise" to him to see Bravo edit and air the footage anyway. The site says Pierre has already started legal procedures.
As his rep explained to TheYBF, "In the business more than one artist will record the same song hoping for the right outcome, as was the case with ‘Perfectly Worthless.’ Porsha Stewart wanted a song, Pierre Medor wrote and produced this song in its entirety. Not having any previous point of reference for Porsha, we initially recorded the song for the purpose of determining her vocal abilities and how they would fit with this particular song; it was quickly determined that this song wasn’t the best match for her, so we chose not to sell her the song and notified her management of our decision." Not Porsha's "team" again!
The rep added this diss to Porsha: "It’s just unfortunate that Porsha has chosen to create another delusional marriage with this song by airing it and claiming to have taken part in its creation." Ouch. Pierre ultimately sold "Perfectly Worthless" to R&B Divas's Syleena Johnson. You can hear her version of the song here, and it's scheduled to appear on her upcoming album. The rep added that this is what the song should sound like.
Pierre may not be happy with Porsha, but it sounds like his bigger issue is with Bravo for what they aired. They'll have to work out the legal rights of who said yes to what when, and how that's connected to the song. The rep didn’t really have to shade Porsha's failed marriage to make the point … but we hear she pulls hair when she's mad so — look out!