Wendy Williams Wonders Why Kordell Stewart Hasn’t Sued RHoA
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Wendy Williams Wonders Why Kordell Stewart Hasn’t Sued RHoA

This week on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Porsha Stewart continued to belittle her former man on national television, while Kordell said nothing to defend himself. But Wendy Williams of course had plenty to say about the situation during her Atlanta recap session on her Monday, November 18, show.

"I am shocked and gagging over how much they're allowed to gay-bash and trash Kordell. Last night, they even suggested that Kordell may have been physically abusive to Porsha," Wendy marveled.

It's true! When Kandi Burruss asked Porsha if Kordell ever beat her, Porsha took an awfully long time to respond, making Kandi conclude that there must have been a reason for her dramatic pause. Porsha did eventually deny "beatings," though she laughed that she may have been "shook" here and there.

Also, Porsha once again put Kordell's sexuality in doubt, when she revealed that her sex toys had gone missing, not to mention the fact that she straight-up called her husband a "queen."

What Wendy doesn't understand is why Kordell is sitting back and letting this go on, without taking some legal action.

"Kordell, if these things aren't true, then why is it that we haven't heard from you?" Wendy asked, wondering, "Why haven't you gotten a lawyer?"

Wendy then seems to egg on Kordell by pointing out, "They are taking your manhood, putting it on the ground, and stomping on it."

Wendy is right that Kordell has been awfully quiet the past few weeks after his initial outburst over the Season 6 premiere of RHoA, when Porsha first started implying that he was gay. Either his publicist told him to shut his yapper or maybe he has lawyered up.

Do you think Kordell is being portrayed unfairly? Sound off below!

11.20.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Maria Valiente
Related: Real Housewives of Atlanta, News, TV, Porsha Stewart, Kordell Stewart

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