RHOA To Feature Porsha Williams BLM Activism And Arrests Next Season
Porsha was arrested twice this summer while peacefully protesting for Breonna Taylor.
August 27, 2020 9:07am
Real Housewives of Atlanta is coming back with the story line we were hoping for.
“Producers want to shine a light on Porsha’s fight for social justice as much as possible in the new season, because Bravo knows viewers would be riveted by Porsha’s commitment to racial justice.”
Porsha’s first arrest:
In case you missed it, 87 people, including Queen Porsha, were arrested outside the home of the state’s attorney general during a peaceful protest in July. If you’d like more info…
Porsha’s second arrest:
Again, on August 25, Porsha “along with Yandy Smith of ‘Love & Hip Hop,’ rapper Mysonne Linen, and Until Freedom’s co-founder Linda Sarsour, was among a group of hundreds marching through the city during a ‘Day of Action‘ planned by the group,” to demand justice for Breonna Taylor according to reports from Wave 3.
The activists are facing misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and blocking a highway after their march from “South Central Park early Tuesday afternoon, passed the Louisville Metro Police Department Training Academy, and made their way to Central Avenue near Churchill Downs. There, officers blocked the group from going any further onto the bridge near the University of Louisville’s Cardinal Stadium.”
What else can we expect from season 13?
In addition to Porsha’s activism and arrests protesting Breonna Taylor‘s death being heavily featured, audiences will get to know the latest peaches in the bunch, Drew Sidora and LaToya Ali. As of now, we know Eva Marcille is not returning, and confirmation of whether Nene Leakes will return or not is unknown.