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Porsha Williams Claims NeNe Leakes Sent Her A Cease And Desist After Their Shady Instagram Fight!

Porsha Williams is claiming that her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star NeNe Leakes sent her a cease and desist after the two had an Instagram fight late last month. Due to this, Williams reveals that she’s no longer pursing any communication with Leakes.

“After that whole Instagram back and forth that she started with me, she ended up sending me a cease and desist,” Porsha told PEOPLE. “So once she sent me a cease and desist, at that point, I was like, ‘You know what? This is just a sure sign that I should be done with the relationship.’ So I’m over it. I’m concentrating on my baby girl. And people who love and support me at this moment.”

If you recall, Williams shared some alleged text messages that Leakes sent her days after she gave birth to her first daughter. In screengrabs that Williams posted, Leakes allegedly called her a “lying ass big fat hungry bitch” and a “big piggy with the busted shape.”

“Try dieting,” Leakes allegedly said, referencing Williams’ “giant body” and skinny ankles. “That’s something you have never been good at,” reports PEOPLE.

“I think for anyone who just gave birth and is trying to get used to her brand new body, it’s difficult, right? And you wouldn’t want anybody to add to how stressful and how you mentally think about yourself,” says Williams of the messages. “You don’t want them to add to the stress of that. So that was hard.”

Porsha is also looking back at her confrontation with Leakes at the three-part reunion. “God is good, and He was definitely speaking to my heart that night because there was some spirits in the room that weren’t quite right and sometimes you have to speak over them and speak love,” Williams recalls. “I think all these women are great in their own way and I really meant what I said. I would love for my daughter to take some of the better characteristics from the women and be like them. ‘Cause they’re all strong women, even if they’re a little petty at times.”

“We can all support each other, and I think that most of this season got back to be really getting into our personal lives and what all of us are going through and the dynamics of how we really do support each other,” Williams adds. “I think that’s what next season will probably do as well. Listen, the drama will be there, that’s just life. But I think the sisterhood will continue, as it did this season.”

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