26
Mar
2013

RHOA’s Kordell Stewart Says Marriage Irretrievably Broken, Porsha Remains Mum On Twitter

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Earlier today, AJC and TMZ reported shocking reality TV break-up news. Allegedly, after a little over two years of marriage, Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kordell Stewart has filed for divorce from his wife, Porsha. If you’ve watched this season, then you know that Porsha and Kordell, like most couples, have a few relationship issues.

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And off camera, since the show wrapped filming, there’ve been rumbles that Porsha will not be returning for a second season. Here’s what we know thus far: Reportedly, Kordell filed this week (March 22nd) in Fulton County. Court documents share:

“Petitioner, after marrying respondent, a cast member on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” on May 21, 2011, is seeking divorce as the marriage is irretrievably broken.”

Unlike the other RHOA hubbys, Kordell did not show up for the reunion taping, but said it was due to scheduling conflicts:

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We’ve heard rumblings that Kordell does not want Porsha to return to reality TV. He hasn’t hinted about relationship issues on twitter, outside of an inspirational:

Live and let live. Enjoy life to the fullest and know GODS plan is bigger than anything someone can say or do. By the way..GODS my homie.

Porsha’s social media status seems to be happy and upbeat. On the day that divorce rumors hit, she wrote:

Morning Dolls Today is the 1st Day of the rest of your Life! Make It GREAT! #PS?U

And just last night, Porsha and NeNe were hanging out, both in good spirits.

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Only time will tell what’s up with these two love-birds. P.S. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the two did not sign a pre-nup. But what do YOU think? And did you’ll see this coming?