‘RHOA’: Porsha Williams Says She Was Homeless While Starring On The Show

Her forthcoming memoir ‘The Pursuit of Porsha’ releases this November.

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams has welcomed her fans into her life since she first joined the Bravo series in Season 5.

In a forthcoming memoir, The Pursuit of Porsha, Williams will detail the ups and downs of her marriage with former NFL star Kordell Stewart, her spats with her RHOA co-stars, battles with depression, and more, according to Shadow and Act.

“After starring season after season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, I felt there was still so much I never got a chance to say in those confessionals or never got to express at the reunions between throwing shade and receipts,” she writes in the excerpt from the book. “So I’ve opened up my life here, page by page, to share my truth, my strength, and my pursuit of the real Porsha.”

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“I went from being homeless while starring on The Real Housewives to owning two successful businesses,” she said in the intro of the book. 

Williams announced to her fans on Instagram that the preorder for her book is now available, and the first chapter is available for free.  

“I don’t shy away from the camera, but who knew it would be so hard to choose the photo for the cover of my book? The photo we finally chose is one of my favorites because it shows both happiness and strength,” Williams captioned her post. “I had to fight for those qualities—my joy and self-acceptance—but it’s a fight that made me the person I am today. I hope you’ll find your own strength while relating to the stories in #ThePursuitOfPorsha.”

The Pursuit of Porsha will be released in November.

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