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Porsha Williams found herself in a pretty awkward situation this week when a video surfaced of her preaching that gays and lesbians need to be "saved." What's more, she grouped the LGBT community along with drug dealers and hookers. She's since apologized on via a YouTube video, but some of her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars aren't buying it.

Per TMZ, both Cynthia Bailey and frequent guest/Fashion Queens host Miss Lawrence were not impressed with her apology statement.

In the video, Porsha explained, "I woke up this morning and my heart was heavy.  Although some people discriminate against others because of their race, their religion, their sexual orientation...we're all worthy of God's love. The sermon was shown not in its entirety, therefore the message was omitted… I apologize that those words hurt the LGBT community, my fans, and my supporters. Life is a journey and I'm growing every day. I continue to encourage everyone to love unconditionally."

Cynthia spoke to the site and weighed in, "To put gays and lesbians in the same category as drug dealers, hookers, and people who attempt suicide is ignorant and insensitive. Especially when she just recently profited from performing at a popular gay club in NYC. #flipflop."

Meanwhile, Lawrence agreed, stating, "I think some women use the community as a convenience ... i.e. for gay slang, fan base building, and beauty security. But like always, true character always reveals."

We wonder what Andy Cohen will have to say about the latest controversy.

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Source: TMZ